• Toddler Craft Shaving Cream Puff Paint
    DIY PUFF PAINT ICE CREAM CONE CRAFT
  • Time Parenting Advice
    6 WAYS PARENTS CAN USE TIME TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
  • Toilet Paper Roll Building Craft
    TOILET PAPER ROLL BUILDING CRAFT
  • Year Round Closet Staples
    YEAR ROUND CLOSET STAPLES
  • Crafts For Kids Wind Chime
    DIY WIND CHIME CRAFT
  • LEAP FROG FRUIT FUN ELEPHANT REVIEW
  • Yelling At Your Children
    YELLING: Why We Yell + It’s Effects On Our Children
  • Paper Plate Suncatcher Craft
    PAPER PLATE SUNCATCHER CRAFT
  • Garden Party Birthday Cake Smash Photos
    IRIS'S GARDEN PARTY 1ST BIRTHDAY
  • Daddy Daughter
    THE BEST FATHER'S DAY GIFTS
  • Free Summer Activities To Do With Your Kids
    FREE FAMILY SUMMER ACTIVITIES
  • Caterpillar Kids Craft
    THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR CRAFT

DIY SPRING WREATH

April 25, 2017

By April 25, 2017LifeStyle
diy spring wreath

diy spring wreathdiy spring wreath tutorialdiy spring wreath step-by-step tutorialeasy diy spring wreathsimple diy spring wreathsimple and easy diy spring wreath

ITEMS NEEDED

Eucalyptus (real or fake)

Fake Flowers

12 Gauge Decorative Wire

Floral Wire

Wire Cutters

Hot Glue Gun (optional)

Jute Rope

My mom used to make eucalyptus wreaths every winter so I decided to take some inspiration from her and create a simple spring wreath. I have a bunch of dried eucalyptus (that I stole from my Grandpa’s tree in his backyard 🙂 ) in one of these paper bags as decoration in our house, so I used dried eucalyptus to make my wreath, but I think fresh eucalyptus would be easier to handle, so I would definitely recommend using the fresh stuff if you can.

Step 1: Shape the decorative wire in a half circle and create a loop on either end.

Step 2: Use floral wire to attach the eucalyptus to the half circle decorative wire. Continue attaching eucalyptus until you get the look you desire.

Step 3: Use floral wire and/or the hot glue gun to attach the fake flowers.

Step 4: Tie the jute rope through the loops on the decorative wire for hanging, and TA DA!

If you use this tutorial to make your own wreath, share it on social media and tag me in it so I can check it out 🙂

XO, Kacie

3 Comments

Leave a Reply