Why are wreaths so expensive? Holy Moly! I don’t know about you, but my front door is exposed to all weather and critters, so they don’t always make it through a second season! Don’t you worry, I am here to help! DIY! This is the easiest wreath you will ever make. In this tutorial, I create a beautiful luscious green wreath, but feel free to add in floral stems or use garland with stems attached. The possibilities are endless! Don’t forget to tag me in your creations (My Instagram)! Let’s Make something together!
**For your convenience, I have all materials linked to Amazon, but you can also find them at your favorite craft store.
**PSSSST! Please excuse my picture quality. They are exported frames from a video I am working on. Let me know if you have any questions. 🙂
Step 1: Twist it!
Twist your strands of greenery together to create. I like doing this to help blend the the 2 textures together.
Step 2: Place it!
Lay the twisted strands on top of the wreath. To avoid holes or empty spots, be sure to overlap the ends of the garland.
Step 3: Tie it Down!
Once you like the way it looks, tie down the wreath in 8 to 10 spots equally spaced apart. Be sure to triple knot the ties or twist your wire several times.
Step 4: Shake it Girl!
Pick up the wreath and give it a good shake to check for any loose spots and adjust as necessary. Have a spot that sags? Tie it!
Step 5: Cut off Extra!
Once the garland is secure, cut off the extra twine or wire. Be sure not to cut too close to the knot or twist.
Step 6: Camouflage it!
Hide the ties by positioning the garland in front of them. Mine was fairly easy to hide since the twine matches my grapevine form.
Step 7: Share it!
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