DIY Projects — Wreaths & Garlands

Melanie MacIntyre

DIY Floral Hoop Wreath

Just in time for Spring, decorate your own floral hoop wall hanging with pretty pink cherry blossoms and whimsical greenery. Gold hoop wreaths make for beautiful backdrops or even alternative wedding bouquets.  With artificial flowers you can create a lasting keepsake for your home. 

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Melanie MacIntyre

DIY Silk Flower Hoop Bouquet

What You’ll Need:• Silk Flowers & Preserved Flower Heads• Artificial Greenery• Gold Hoop• Floral wire• Hot Glue Gun & Hot GlueStep 1: Start by adding the artificial greener to the hoop.  Using floral wire, secure the fake leaves to half of the hoop. Continue adding greenery until you have desired fullness.Step 2: Begin attaching flower heads.  Start with the largest flower head, trim the head from the stem and attach to the greenery with hot glue.  Step 3: Continue adding flowers from largest to smallest.  Tip: Lay them out ahead of time to see where they will look best, then glue them down Step 4: Finish by adding...

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Melanie MacIntyre

How to Make a Wreath from a Silk Flower Centerpiece

Do you have a silk flower arrangement that you have used to decorate your home through the holidays in years past.  You love the beautiful flowers, but are ready to make a change!  With artificial flowers, you can easily transform your holiday floral arrangements into a gorgeous wreath.  Welcome guests into your home this summer with this vibrant wreath made from our Patriotic Floral Arrangement. Materials: Silk Flower CenterpieceWire Wreath FormWire CuttersFloral Tape Step 1: Take apart your silk flower arrangement and lay out the flowers on your work table.  Step 2: Cut apart the greenery sprays using your wire cutters. ...

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Melanie MacIntyre

DIY Macrame Wreath

  What You'll Need:  Silk Flowers, Artificial Greenery, Artificial Berries, Feathers, Cotton, Pine Cones Gold Metal Macrame Rings in Two Sizes Yarn Wood Dowel Glue Gun Scissors Step 1: Measure a piece of string the length you'd like the hanging to be, and double it (approximately 12in. long). Loop the string under the smallest ring and pull the ends through the loop (this is called a Lark’s Head Knot). Step 2: Tie each end of your string to the ends of your wooden dowel. Secure the knots with hot glue. Step 3: Estimate where you want your larger ring to hang in the middle...

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