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DIY Yoyo Wreath with Yoyo Flowers

How to Make a Yoyo Wreath

Create a fun and colorful DIY yoyo wreath by making quick and easy flowers with fabric yoyos and knitted rounds.

These days the only thrifting I’m doing is from my own stashes, which is actually a lot of fun.

I’ve discovered that I have a lot of cool things that I’ve completely forgotten about.

I have to admit that it feels pretty awesome to be using some things that have been waiting for their day in the project sun for what seems like forever.

box of assorted fabric and knitted yoyos

Like these fabric yoyos and knitted rounds.

Both are from damaged homemade dolls that I found at thrift stores a few years ago.

I took the dolls apart and the yoyos and rounds were put away in my craft room never to be seen again.

Except for this vintage light reflector flowers project, where I used some of the knitted rounds.

assorted fabric and knitted yoyos for wreath

These days are all about using what I have.

So I decided to create a quick and easy diy yoyo wreath by combining these yoyos and rounds.

Attaching Yoyos to Wreath Frame

using mdf wreath frame to create quick and easy diy wreath

I found this mdf frame in my stash and because it’s flat it’s perfect for this project.

If you don’t have an mdf or wooden frame you could easily make one out of regular cardboard.

This project would also work with a round wreath frame, but I didn’t have one.

The great thing about using a flat frame is that if you don’t have a lot of space between your door and a screen door a flat framed wreath would fit.

attaching yoyos to mdf wreath frame with hot glue

Using my hot glue gun, I attached some of the fabric yoyos to the outside of the frame with their smooth sides up.

Do a dry fit before you glue the yoyos in place, mixing the colors and patterns in a way that you like.

There are no rules here, you just go for it.

attaching yoyos on inside and outside edges of wreath frame

The I did the same with the inside of the wreath frame.

The reason I added the yoyos around the edges of the wreath was to make it more substantial, and to make sure the mdf frame was completely covered.

back view of yoyo flowers wreath

Here’s what the back looks like.

Creating Easy Yoyo Flowers

assorted diy yoyo flowers in mixed colors

For the top layer of the yoyo wreath I made some flowers by hot gluing some knitted rounds onto some yoyos.

I mixed the colors for interest, and I think that makes the flowers more fun.

fabric and knited yoyo flowers wreath

I hot glued the yoyo flowers on the top of the wreath frame, making sure to cover up any gaps between the yoyos below.

Using the gathered sides of the yoyos gives them a more floral kind of look, and it also makes them stand out a bit from the smooth yoyos.

Quick & Easy DIY Yoyo Wreath

Quick and easy flower wreath made of fabric yoyos

Every flower has to have a center, so I went into my button stash and hot glued what I found to dress the flowers up a bit.

Easy DIY fabric yoyo flowers wreath on pink polka dot background

This diy yoyo wreath was quick and easy, taking me about 45 minutes from start to finish.

Supplies needed for this project

  • flat wreath frame
  • fabric yoyos
  • knitted rounds
  • hot glue sticks
  • hot glue gun
  • buttons

Quick and easy fabric DIY yoyo wreath

My yoyo wreath is hanging on the inside of my kitchen door for now, so I can see it and enjoy it all the time.

The kitchen door is our main door and it makes me happy to have fun and colorful things on both sides of the door.

My Easter egg wreath was hanging on the outside of the front door until a few days ago, and my diy button wreath is there right now.

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Thanks so much for reading, and until next time,

keep on keepin’ on!


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  1. This is absolutely adorable, Tuula! I’ve got some fabric & some yarn yoyo’s around here somewhere; totally doing this! Pinned!

  2. So cute Tuula! I always love how colorful all your projects (and supplies) are! The green yoyos on the bottom look like flower leaves!


    1. Thanks Tania! I always need color around, but these days even more than ever.

  3. Debra Hubbs says:

    Very cute and cheerful. I’ve never heard of fabric yoyo’s or knitted rounds being a thing. Great you are getting to use up some of your future project supplies. Stay healthy!

    1. Thanks Debra! Yes, it’s great to get into my stashes and start using things that have been around for a long while. You stay healthy too!

  4. Cute and colourful as usual which is a trademark of all your creations! I love it!

    1. Thanks Pam! I think we all need more color in our home decor, even me. lol.

  5. I have alot of these yoyos & I am going to try to make a wreath too, Cute idea!

    1. That’s awesome Elaine! I’m so happy that my wreath has inspired you. 🙂

  6. Oh, my! So perfect for spring! I don’t have a stash of yo-yos, but I do know how to make them and I DO have a large stash of fabric! Can’t crochet, though, so I’ll have to come up with something else for the centers! A fun project for sure!!! Oh! I’m seeing this in Christmas fabric!! Ooooh…..or fall…….
    Here I go again! Thanks Tuula!!! Dona

    1. Thanks Dona! I’m so lucky to have a stash because I don’t know how to make them. lol.