How To Make The Flowers
Buy sheets of felt at the craft store in the colors you like. You will need about half a sheet per large flower. At Joann's they were only $0.34 per sheet.
Make sure you have a hot glue gun or fabric glue and scissors! That's all you need!
I cut the felt in strips that were about 1 1/2 inches wide. The length will be dependent on the size you want the flowers to be-- the longer the length, the larger the flower. You can keep adding strips to a already made flower to make it bigger.
Fold the strips in half and glue them together.
This is the fun part! Cut little strips into the folded felt to create your "petals". They can be thick, thin, diagonal, straight, cut from the side you glued or the seam where you folded.. whatever you like. Each flower will come out differently when you change things just slightly.
Just take the edge of the yarn and roll it from one end to the other. Glue it together and you have a flower! Add more felt if you want it larger.
Make A Yarn Wreath
Again, the yarn can be any color you like. Thick yarn will wrap faster, but will look more chunky, while thin yarn will take a while, but will look a little sleeker. So pick according to the look you want! I decided on two different yarns: a speckled yarn and a plain yarn. They cost about $3.50 each.
The actually wreath form is the most expensive. You can buy the twig version that's wrapped in plastic, or the foam version (which is a little more expensive). If you opt for the first option, just remember: Do NOT remove the plastic!
Just wrap the yarn around the wreath. If you want more detailed instruction see my other tutorial: 4th of July Wreath
Super glue the flowers to the wreath and you're done! Easy, breezy DIY wreath.
Here's a couple more pictures: