DIY Projects — Wreaths & Garlands

Get The Look: Dried Flower Wreath

This wild wreath made with hanging amaranthus, cream delphinium, natural moss, and woodsy greens is a textural and romantic dream.  It is the perfect answer to your home decor question, "What do you do between Christmas and Spring?!" Want to make one of your own? Find more details on The Cultivated Home, and the dried and artificial greenery you'll need to create your own on Afloral.com. 

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DIY Floral Garland

Create a beautiful garland, as seen on Ruffled Blog, using artificial greenery garlands and faux flowers.  Perfect for your table centerpiece or holiday mantle.  Get this look by starting with an artificial eucalyptus garland as your base. Create small bundles of fern, ruscus, and weeping willow using floral wire. You can add lunaria leaves in between the greenery bundles for a bit of shimmer. Next make bundles of flowers, this garland features protea, artificial ranunculus, berries, silk roses, and cosmos.  Attach the floral bundles to the greenery garland using floral wire.  Recreate this look for your next holiday party, event, or wedding.  Mix...

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DIY Holiday Hoop Wreath

Materials:Gold Hoop WreathArtificial RosesArtificial RanunculusArtificial PeonyDried Bunny TailsPreserved Gypsophila Assorted Dried FlowersSilk Filler Flowers & BerriesFloral TapeFloral WireWire CuttersScissorsHot Glue Gun & GlueSilk Ribbon Step 1: Create three flower bundles, slightly larger than a boutonniere for a 10" gold hoop.  Secure with floral tape or wire. Create an additional bundle with just gypsophila, two of just bunny tails.  Step 2: Attach the gypsophila bundle to the gold hoop using floral tape.  Step 3: Attach the first flower bundle to the hoop with floral tape, overlapping the gypsophila. Tape the second two flower bundles together at the stems and attach to the hoop, overlapping...

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DIY Succulent Wreath

Succulent wreaths are a must have for your home decor. This colorful design is so easy to make, you won't believe you didn't do it sooner! Materials:Grapevine WreathArtificial SucculentsWire CuttersHot Glue Gun & Hot Glue Step1: Trim the stems from the succulents using wire cutters. Step 2: Use hot glue to secure the succulents to the grapevine wreath. Step 3: Continue adding succulents to your wreath until you are happy with the design.  Hang it on your door, and don't worry about watering it because these succulents will stay forever fresh! Pin this DIY now and shop colorful artificial succulents below...

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