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How many feet of burlap do you need for a wreath?

What you need: 60 feet of 5″ wide burlap ribbon or garland (20 yards) — NOTE: If you’re making more than one wreath, you can also get a 4-pack of burlap ribbon rolls (40 yards or 120 feet ) or a 6-pack of rolls (60 yards or 180 feet ) at a discounted rate.

How do you make a burlap wreath with multiple colors?


  1. Get the wreath and secure one end of the colored burlap to it using the twine.
  2. Fold the colored burlap to form a loop then pass it in between the two outer wires.
  3. Once the regular burlap loop comes up, create another loop using the colored burlap in between the inner wires.

How do you wrap a burlap with a Styrofoam wreath?

Wrap the burlap ribbon snugly around your styrofoam wreath. With your first wrap, secure a ‘U’ pin to the back of the wreath. Keep wrapping and use your pins to secure the back side of the wreath every 3 to 4 wraps.

How many yards does it take to make a burlap wreath?

For the wreath in this tutorial, it takes 1 1/2 yards of burlap from a bolt of burlap. If you are making a ruffled burlap wreath on a 16-inch wire wreath frame use a 5-inch roll of burlap. It should take about 12-15 yards, depending on how full you want the wreath. Typically one roll is 10 yards.

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What supplies do I need to make a burlap wreath?

What you’ll need

  1. A 12″ metal wreath frame.
  2. 20-25 feet of 6 inch burlap ribbon.
  3. Floral wire to secure the burlap to the frame.
  4. Scissors to remove any excess ribbon.
  5. 10 minutes of free time.

How long does it take to make a burlap wreath?

From start to finish, this wreath takes around 20 minutes to create. The cost for all three supplies total $8.65, so you’ll definitely want to think twice before buying another pre-made wreath again!

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