How can I create my own DIY wreath that’s easy to make, but still beautiful? That is a question that we get asked about over and over. My mom and I started making wreaths and selling them in 2007. We have literally made thousands and thousands of wreaths and shipped them all of over the world. We get tons of emails from people asking us how they can make their own wreaths for their front door, rather than purchasing a pre-made wreath.
Let’s face it, wreaths can get expensive if you are buying a new one every few months, so here is a guide for creating your own beautiful wreath. *Some links may lead to websites where I am an affiliate. Click [HERE] for my disclosure statement.
First things first, you will need a grapevine wreath base. I typically use a 14 inch grapevine base, but you can also use an 18 inch if it is easier for you to find. You will also need a pair of wire cutters, glue gun, glue sticks, a bush of daisies or other flowers of your choice (I used yellow daisies for this wreath), a bush of small “filler” flowers, a bush of greenery, the greenery that I used for this wreath is a grassy style greenery that I got from Hobby Lobby, and ribbon to make a bow. I use a Bowdabra bow maker to make my bows. I love it because you can make all kinds of bows, and it is a really inexpensive tool! Here is a great tutorial on how to use a Bowdabra bow maker to make wreath bows.
What You Will Need To Make This Front Door Wreath:
- 14 inch grapevine wreath (Hobby Lobby)
- 1 bush of daisies (Hobby Lobby)
- 1 bush of small filler daisies (Hobby Lobby)
- Assorted greenery of your choice
- Ribbon to make a bow
- Wire Cutters
- Florist Wire
- Glue Gun
- Glue Sticks
- Bowdabra Bow Maker
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