Floral Wire Design Wall Hangings

Floral Wire Design Wall Hangings

Crafting Time:
  • 1-2 Hours
Skill Level:
  • Intermediate
Project Courtesy of: Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
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Wire Framed Sunflower


  • Yellow burlap (1 roll)
  • Brown burlap (1 roll)
  • Hot glue gun & glue sticks
  • Sunflower wire frame
  • Scissors


  1. Cut pieces of the yellow burlap bigger than each flower petal. Cut one for each petal.
  2. Put a strip of hot glue on the backside of a petal wire frame and lay the wire frame petal area onto the yellow burlap.
  3. Once it has cooled, cut off the excess yellow burlap around the petal.
  4. Repeat this process for each petal.
  5. Cut strips of the brown burlap and glue them on the backside of the center of the wire frame.
  6. Twist the end of the burlap roll one time over and glue down to the wire frame edge of the center. Twist this long strip and glue it down on the edge of the wire frame center about every turn of the long strip going completely around the edges until you meet back where you started.
  7. Trim off all excess burlap.
  8. Cut about 10 little 1" squares in the burlap ribbon.
  9. Place a square over the end of a pencil, gathering the edges around the pencil and, in the center of the square, place a dab of hot glue and randomly place on the center of the sunflower.
  10. For an impression of sunflower seeds, put a few of the edge strings to make those little pieces feel ragged.

Wire Framed Pumpkin


  • Orange burlap (2 rolls)
  • Green burlap (1 roll)
  • Wire frame pumpkin
  • Hot glue gun & glue sticks
  • Scissors


  1. Using the orange burlap, hot glue layers across the pumpkin horizontally.
  2. Trim the excess burlap.
  3. Cut strips of burlap longer than the pumpkin is vertical, leaving about 1" on each end.
  4. Roll the strips and hot glue the strips into long tubes.
  5. Attach the tubes to the pumpkin in the pattern of wedges, going from top to bottom.
  6. Hot glue the end top and bottom to the backside of the wire frame.
  7. Lightly flatten the tubes on the pumpkin to make it feel like wedges.
  8. Wrap the stem with orange burlap using the orange and then wrap it again using the green burlap, hot gluing the end on the backside of the frame.
  9. Trim off all excess burlap.