Ruffle Wreath

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This ruffle wreath is easy to make and perfectly customizable. Make one for any holiday, season, or celebration in just a few minutes!

pink ruffle ribbon wreath hanging on the back of a brown chair

Sometimes I get an idea in my head, and when I actually make it, it looks nothing like I had hoped – does that ever happen to you? This was not the case with this mini ruffle wreath! It turned out just like I envisioned and I absolutely LOVE it!

The inspiration for this wreath came from a couple Ruffled Ribbon Topiaries that I made YEARS ago! They stood on my mantle one year for Valentine’s Day and while definitely outdated nowadays, at the time they were adorable!

This darling mini wreath just might be one of my favorite DIY projects ever! It is so simple to create, and it’s affordable, too! I bought the wreath form on Amazon and the ribbon from Walmart. The rest of the materials were from my sewing stash. So easy, right?

Here is how to make it –

materials needed to make a wreath - form, ribbon laying on the counter

Mini Ruffle Wreath


  • 2 yards of ruffled ribbon – you can make this yourself, or buy premade spools. I used this Chiffon Rose Trim that looks ruffly when scrunched together.
  • straight pins
  • 5″ styrofoam wreath form
  • ribbon, to hang the wreath
wrapping a wreath form in pink ruffly ribbon


  1. Wrap your ribbon once around the wreath form and secure it tightly by sticking a straight pin down through the ribbon and into the styrofoam. Hide the pin by ensuring you place it really close to or under a ruffle.
  2. Continue wrapping the ribbon until the whole wreath is covered, pushing the pins in random spots to secure it, as needed.
spools of ribbon laying on the counter

3. Loop some ribbon through the wreath, just long enough to hang it.

mini wreath hanging on the back of a chair

…and you’re done!

pink wreath hanging on the back of a chair

I love easy projects that turn out even cuter than I imagine! Isn’t this ruffle wreath so fun? (I think I need one for every holiday!) 😉

mini pink ruffle wreath handing on the back of a chair


  1. Thank You for your creativity!! This is adorable and could stay up all thru Spring too!!!!
    Thanks for saying where you bought everything.

  2. I love this! Going to have bunco at my house and this would be a cute little table decoration to make. Thanks!

  3. This is such a sweet idea and a very nice tutorial. I will link it on my blog, so I don't forget to make a few. ~Kelly

    unDeniably Domestic

  4. These are so cute and adorable. These can be used for all kinds of applications in decor and I appreciate you sharing.

  5. This is awesome! I wonder if I could use a ruffler foot for the sewing machine instead of elastic. I might try that – love the idea!

  6. That is so cool!!!! I love the elastic ruffle, I could totally do that…I'm not a great sewer…and I've tried the ruffle with regular thread and it didn't really work like I wanted it to…these turned out beautiful!

  7. Seriously, I have a feeling my home will become filled with these! I adore ruffles and this is absolutely the best idea!!!!!! Lori

  8. These are adorable-what a creative idea-love them! Found you on the blog hop and now I'm a follower-come by and visit sometime! -Claire

  9. These are CUTE!! I might actually be able to figure out how to make these…I'm not good at sewing at all; but I think I can manage to sew in a straight line using a zig zag stitch TFS!!

  10. how wide is the satin ribbon and is it single side or double sided satin.. Such and adorable idea thanks so much for sharing..

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