Yarn Flower Wreath – Crafts by Kids

My super crafty daughters and I have created a sweet new yarn flower wreath for our front door!

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One of Addah’s Christmas gifts was a Martha Stewart knitting loom, and she’s kept pretty busy with it, weaving potholders and knitting squares for a blanket. She found directions in the booklet for creating yarn flowers and made several of them to cover the brim of her vintage Stetson (lovingly passed down from my Grandpa) for Hat Day at school. So cute… I really need to take a picture.

She had a lot of fun making those first few flowers, and it was her idea to make dozens of bright colored yarn flowers and use straight pins to decorate our front door wreath. It took us most of Spring Break Week, but we did it… and the results are just beautiful! We used a straw wreath form for the base, wrapped it with plain natural wool yarn, and then covered it with little flowers – I’d say probably 150 or so, really.

Yarn Flower Wreath - Crafts by Kids | The Destiny Manifest

It was simple… and didn’t seem time-consuming, even though we made SO MANY flowers. I’m sure this was partially because it was during our “stay-cation” week, and partly because we were doing the project together and it was fun to keep adding the flowers and watch it all come together, little by little. Once the flowers were all in place, Lakin suggested that we add a couple of wire butterflies, and they were the perfect finishing touch.

Yarn Flower Wreath - Crafts by Kids | The Destiny Manifest

I love that my girls are so imaginative and interested in being crafty. It really does my heart good.

For more crafts by kids, check out Addah’s Simple Yarn Roses! Don’t forget that from now until July 1st, 60% of all sales through GraphiteWeb.com will be donated to Molly Bears, in honor of Clara.

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I'm Heather, a married mama of two teen girls, a stillborn baby girl (7/1/12), and a sweet and wild preschool girl (4/2/14). I've been blogging at The Destiny Manifest since 2001. I like to write about appreciating all of the beautiful little things that surround us, particularly in the face of grief, infant loss and mental health issues. Every day is an adventure!

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  • That’s beautiful!

    • Thanks Lolli! It puts a smile on my face every time I walk up to my door!

  • That is just awesome and so pretty. Your kids are definitely crafty and so talented!! šŸ™‚

    • Thank you Janine! I agree (but I’m a little biased, too)! šŸ˜‰

  • I love it and I especially love that you all did it together. Creating memories is the best part

    • I agree, that is definitely the best part!

  • Bethany King

    I loooove this!! It’s so fun and colorful. It’s perfect for a summery wreath.

  • Cyndi

    That wreath is beautiful. Lovely work! These kinds of things are so fun!

  • This is something my daughter would love to make. Hi! Iā€™m your newest follower from Thumping Thursdays. I’m following you via twitter @amomblogdesign. Please stop by and say hi when you have a chance. I’m also hosting a blog hop later this afternoon if you would like to join us šŸ™‚ Hope you’re having an awesome week.

    April from:
    A Mommy’s Blog Design http://amblogdesign.com

    • Hi April, I’m glad you found your way to my blog! I joined your link-up… your blog design is lovely!

  • I am loving this. Super cute!! You should link it up to the DIY Showcase I host. It just started yesterday and runs thru the month of May. Would love to have you showcase this!

    Jennifer @PinKWhen


    • I’ll go link up now, Jen! Thank you! šŸ™‚

  • Marcie Kenny

    Fabulous work here. Found you through breaking rules party.

  • What a terrific idea. Please share it (and any others) on my
    family-focused Kid Corner @ http://wp.me/p280y0-SQ.
    You may just get highlighted next week šŸ™‚ Jennifer

  • Susan Zutautas

    What a beautiful wreath! Found you through Cyndi Calhoun’s blog Wordless Wednesday.

    Susan @ EverySusan

  • Oh it’s adorable! I love it.

    Thank you for linking up to Raising Imperfection!
    Make sure to check back on Friday to see if you were featured.