Holy Moly. This is the easiest wreath I have ever made. No sewing at all. Took me 15 minutes from set up to clean up.
It’s not the fanciest wreath I have made, but I like it.
First, I bought a yard of red burlap fabric from Hobby Lobby. You could buy regular burlap and then paint it red if you want a different shade, but that would require an extra step.
Then I cut out two large heart shapes of the exact same size.
Then I hot glued each piece together and left a small hole open so I could stuff plastic shopping bags inside to fluff it up.
When I had enough bags inside, I hot glued it shut. Then I used hot pink ribbon and hot glued on piece to each side of the heart on the side that no one will see.
Then I tied a simple bow at the top and let the rest of the ribbon hang down.
The heart was a little too big, and the top sides looked a little droopy and were not flush with the door. So next time I would probably do a smaller heart, but it was an easy fix with a little contact tape to help the heart keep from drooping.
I bought a similar wreath last fall of a pumpkin and one side says Happy Fall and the other side says Boo. I love it because it saves space instead of having a separate fall wreath and a separate Halloween wreath in my storage area I just have one. I also made an Easter one and got rid of this one because it was too bulky, that I will show y’all soon. So now I can lay all my burlap wreaths nice and flat in my storage area and they hardly take up any room at all.