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Woodland Fox Holiday Wreath

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Create an enchanting Woodland Fox Holiday Wreath with our step-by-step tutorial to a rustic, festive vibe to your home this holiday season. Make the yarn trees too! For more holiday ideas see my Christmas page. 

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Are you tired of the same old traditional holiday decorations? Looking for something unique and eye-catching to adorn your front door? Look no further than our super cute and sweet Fox Holiday Wreath featuring a charming pink fox!

This unexpected twist on the classic holiday yarn wreath is sure to make a statement and set your home apart from the rest. With its soft pastel colors and playful design, it’s impossible not to feel a sense of joy as you approach your doorstep.

To create a unique and enchanting Woodland animal wreath, try using a combination of natural elements and delicate adornments.

Start with a simple foam wreath covered in felt and wrapped in cozy fluffy yarn as the base. Next, gather various elements like mini pinecones, a bottle brush tree, some small foliage, and a cute stuffed fox or other woodland creature!

For the focal point of your yarn wrapped wreath, use an adorable stuffed fox like me or find another cute holiday creature.

The fox I used was a pincushion I found at JoAnn’s Fabrics. Sadly it is no longer available. I have added some alternatives to the supply list below. You can also try finding a pattern on Etsy to make your own fox!

This whimsical woodland fox holiday wreath will surely be used all winter long. It’s cozy charm and sweet sentiment, make it perfect for those who adore everything cute and graceful during this time of year.

Here’s how to make it~

Fox Holiday Wreath

Supplies:

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Instructions:

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The straw wreath was uneven, so I wrapped it with felt. I found it made the yarn stick to the wreath better and made it easier to wrap. You can skip this step if you wish.

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Hot glue one end of the puffy white yarn to the straw wreath and start wrapping it around the wreath.

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Glue down one end of the baker’s twine and crisscross it over and under the wreath in an argyle-like pattern.

Trim the back of the tree flat with scissors and cut a hole in the area near the fox’s tail so they would lay evenly fit together. Glue down the tree. Glue down the fox and then his tail to the tree. Add pics to either side of the fox and tree.

Glue four mini pine cones to the rick rack trim and glue diagonally to the back of the wreath.

Tie your bow and hot glue onto the wreath. I also glued a small strip of twine to the back of the wreath for hanging.

And that’s it, it’s a really easy wreath to make! Check out my matching Holiday Yarn Trees tutorial! They are super easy to make as well.

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33 Comments

  1. Wow! It looks great even without all the embellishments. I love the simple look of the yarn wrapped wreath.

  2. This is so cute and unique! I get tired of seeing the same old wreaths all over the internet! Yours is different and amazing! I’m featuring it at this week’s link party!

  3. So very, very cute!! Thanks for sharing at Show & Share last week! This was the most viewed link, of course!!

  4. The fox is so cute! I’m featuring your wreath on Worthwhile Wednesdays tonight!
    ~Allie

  5. I love the fox touch! Did you make that or buy it somewhere?

    1. It is a pin cushion, I found it at Joann Fabrics. Thanks for reading!
      Kim

  6. This is so sweet :)

    Thanks for sharing over at Creative Mondays last week. Pinned and featuring this week at the blog hop…

  7. This is hands down the cutest holiday wreath I have EVER seen! I didn’t even notice that there was a mini pinecone bunting until you showed a close up. The line bottle brush trees are cute and of course the fox is… just love. We will be featuring this on Motivational Monday tomorrow evening! Congrats!

  8. This is absolutely ADORABLE! I love that little fox, it’s just so cute with all the other little embellishments! I want to let you know we are featuring you at Motivational Monday this week!! Stop by again tomorrow to link up and see your post! :)

  9. This is so adorable!! Love love it!! Such sweet little details make it look so pretty! :) Have a lovely weekend! Christmas hugs, xo Holly

  10. Jane (Limeade Gal) says:

    So sweet, love the Fox :)
    The coordinating trees are awesome!

  11. So sweet! I love the fox and how you layered the baker’s twine over the yarn. Visiting from What to do Weekends!

  12. this is so cute, I wish I had the talent and patience for this!

  13. Well this is stinkin’ adorable! What a cute lil fox. Thanks for sharing on Show & Share link party. If you get a chance to stop by my blog sometime, I’d love it! Have a lovely day!

  14. O.M.G. That is SO cute! I definitely would have had to have that adorable little fox too but I’m not sure if I would have been so clever to put him into a wreath! :o)

    Tania

  15. I discovered this over at the From Dream to Reality link party! So cute, and so creative, who would have thought, from pin cushion to adorable wreath!

  16. Well you did it again hit a 10 on scale 1-10,lol Sooo pretty,Thanks’

  17. Thanks so much for all the sweet comments! I waited patiently to post this for a week! So glad you all like it!!
    Kim

  18. so cute and great use of non-traditional holiday colors! adorable. I’d love you to share at my link party

  19. the cape on the corner says:

    cute! those tiny little pinecones. love it.
    b

  20. I love your wreath! Such a cute little fox. Stopping by from the SITS linkup.

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