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Do you decorate for St. Patrick’s Day? I wanted to add a little luck to our home so I pulled out the Cricut Maker and whipped up a DIY St. Patrick’s Day Wreath. Simple to make using Cricut Design Space and just a half hour of your time!
The Cricut Maker is one of my very favorite crafting tools. It is so versatile and can be used for so many things – from card making, to sewing toS DIY decor! It can cut a variety of materials, including cardstock, suede and felt, which I used for this DIY St. Patrick’s Day decor project. If you don’t already own a Cricut Maker, I definitely recommend purchasing one. If you do already have the Maker, read on for how to make this colorful wreath.
In Cricut Design Space utilize images and shapes to create the elements you want to add to your wreath. I created clovers, pennant and pot of gold. Want to use the same elements I did? Simply open the Cricut Design Space file that is linked in the supply list!
Once your file is ready, simply send it to the Cricut Maker and follow the directions on the screen. You will need to use the rotary blade for the faux suede and felt.
Once all of the items are cut, it is time to assemble the wreath.
Wrap the foam wreath with burlap and secure in place with hot glue.
I like to layout all of the components first to make sure I like the spacing, etc. Once I have it just the way I like it, I hot glue everything in place.
For the rainbow pennant, simply hot glue the felt triangles onto a length of baker’s twine and then adhere to the wreath.
That’s it! Just a few simple materials and a half hour of your time and you have an festive DIY St. Patrick’s Day wreath!