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How to Make DIY Swappable Flower Cluster Wreath


In today’s era, you will understand that with so many gorgeous, fun and fabulous ribbons, gems, tulle fabrics and more you can make your craft work an amazing project.

Tulle is known to be a mesh-like material that differs about its stiffness because of the different types of weaves and fibres. You can use these tulle fabrics to make a variety of outfits such as a wedding gown, veil, and ballet tutu skirt. So, earn the hard part out of your creating and tulle fabrics for your project to make DIY swappable flower cluster wreath. 

Let’s start with our tutorial where you will find how to make this flower cluster wreath and the materials you need.

Supplies you will need:

  • wreath form
  • glue gun and glue
  • white felt
  • Dazzle Tulle Fabric 1 1/2 inch in Shell Grey
  • Flower Cluster Kits
  • Double Point Clips


Step 1:  So, let us start by arranging flower groups in a collection.

Step 2: After that you need a material that is something round, you can say like a lid so as to trace it for the flower cluster support. Trace a circle for each flower cluster, which you are creating.

Step 3:  After that paste the flowers in such a way that touched in the fixed in a proper arrangement and give some time to let glue cool.

Step 4: Use one of the small felt circles from the flower bunch set and one double pronged clip so as to glue at the back of the flower cluster.  But be sure to paste the prong on the back side so that the top part will attach to the ribbon in the right place. Else, the flower cluster might end up being upside down. You have to repeat this process together with each flower cluster. Get as many as you like to fit each season and holiday, and you can change it to another also if you get bored of one flower cluster.

Step 5: To cover the wreath form and make an attractive start with a bit of glue & cover it with tulle fabric and hold for a minute so as to sets and cools glue.  Wrap the ribbon tightly around the wreath and after that cut off the extra ribbon and glue the end down as well.

Step 6: To create a loop cut a 10-inch piece of tulle fabric and paste the ends together. Stick the circle to the top of the wreath and attach on the flower cluster and hang on your door.

So, picking out the wholesale tulle fabric you will use for your next project can seem a little overwhelming.

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