Maple Leaf Wreath

Maple Leaf Wreath

BY: Rebekah Meier

Fall is here!! Whether you prefer spooky or traditional decorations, I think that we can all agree that we need a wreath for our entry, or even better a DIY wreath.

This year I wanted to decorate the door with a Maple Leaf Wreath! The best part of this project is that these leaves are LEFTOVER from a previous project I posted, Sun Print Wallet! In this case, I re-used the leaves that were left from the Sun Print project as a mask on the dyed fabric. Now I don’t know about you but I always seem to buy enough of the same supplies to last me a good 2 maybe 3 projects. If you’ve been crafting awhile, you know what I’m talking about!

Using my Brother ScanNCut, it was SO easy to come up with the perfect pieces to add to my wreath and the best part is you can use this tutorial for ANY season!


After the dyeing project, save all of your painted leaves.

Using black archival ink, stamp the leaves with a script design. Separate a wood embroidery hoop.

Hot glue all of the stamped leaves along the edge of the wood embroidery loop in a CLOCKWISE pattern.

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