Hey girl, hey! This wreath was so simple, and you can use it all year round. Click the video below to see how I made it in “real” time!
But first, let’s give a shout out to Aunt Criddy and Judie!
Here’s what I used to create my floral wreath:
Dollar Tree: Brass rings (set of 3 different sizes) florals, ribbon, floral foam, twine and wood hearts.
Amazon: 20mm wood beads. Amazon has some of my very favorite crafting and decorating supplies! Click here to check it out! (This is an Amazon affiliate link and I may receive a small compensation for items purchased from this link.)
Let’s make it!
Start off by selecting the size ring you want to use. I used the largest one.
Simply twist back and forth at the connection and your circle will break apart.
Now you can start adding your beads. I also added a chunk of floral foam by just inserting the wire into the foam. Keep adding beads. I put some hot glue where I want my ribbon to go, just to keep the beads from moving.
I “should” have left the stems on the florals so I could just stick them in to the foam, but this works also! I hot glued the pieces on and created a beautiful array.
I strung a bit of twine at an angle in the center of the wreath, then hot glued hearts to the twine. You can use anything here, little wood birds or whatever you like. A friend suggested I use five to represent my family, but I had already committed to four, LOL!
My hanger is a simple loop of ribbon and a bow glued to the bottom of the loop.
And here it is! All done and ready to be part of my spring decor!
Thank you so much for stopping by! I’d love to read your comments and see what you might add to your wire wreath, so please do comment below.