Burlap (I used four colors total)
Dies (flower and leaves) and diecutter or hand cut
The wreath comes from Dollar Tree. I also had this on hand for several months since I was supposed to teach the Spring chipboard floral wreath but the class fell through. It is a 9-inch wreath.
Plug in glue gun now to warm up. I started with cutting the natural colored burlap into 4" squares. Warning: the fibers get everywhere. My glue gun is covered in them. It was all over my clothes and on my sewing machine on the floor. It stuck to my cutting mat too. (Somehow my phone's camera turned on to black and white.) You'll need a lot of squares.
Next I placed hot glue on one corner and folded the square into a triangle.
Then put a bit more glue onto the same corner and fold over one point to the center.
Once glue is cold and the piece stays shut, you'll want to slide your finger into it and puff it up into a bubble.
I used Sizzix's Tim Holtz Tattered Flower die to cut the flowers. The leaves were also Sizzix cut on the Big Shot. And I cut off the plastic shanks vintage buttons I also found at Scrap.