This project is so quick, simple and cheap! Just the way I like ’em.
If you’ve ever wanted to make your own wreath, there’s no reason to wait. Head over to your nearest craft or hobby store. Right. Now. I’ll wait.
All you need is a wreath starter, mine is grape vine, and some florals and/or other garb of your choosing, hairspray or other spray adhesive, then top if off with some ribbon, twine, rope to hang it. Easy as pie.
But for those of you who need structure, here’s the breakdown in an easy to read format.
Time: 15-30 minutesMaterials wreath starter (grape vine, foam, etc.) florals/decorations (dried flowers, feathers, moss, etc.) scissors spray adhesive
Weave/attach your florals/decorations into your wreath starter until it’s perfect. You may need to weave and/or trim the ends back through the wreath on the backside so they don’t stick out too far. Spray with adhesive, especially if you used dried flowers, so everything stays in place. Tie your ribbon/rope/twine from the backside, being sure it’s long enough to allow the wreath to hang as low as you prefer.