Forget about wreath forms and fancy supplies, this does the trick.
You can make a gorgeous wreath in no time with a foam.
Collect all the leaves from your backyard and press into the form.
You just need to find one in your closet to make this great wreath.
You don’t even need to fill up the entire wreath because the form is so pretty.
Just add a small pumpkin in the middle and voila!
This boxwood wreath turned out lovely with the form.
You don’t even have to decorate this one, just pin on the board.
Then add a letter for your name and you’ve got an adorable wreath.
You can also cover it with anything you want, but this pool noodle makes the perfect wreath shape.
You wouldn’t know that this was not a real wooden frame.
It’s so simple, and it looks so nice.
Talk about the best possible way to recycle.
We never thought toilet paper rolls could look this good.
Cut big pine cones in half with shears, paint, and attach with hot glue.
Gather and shape wire into a circle and secure with zip ties.
Connect the ends of the noodle with duct tape and hot glue oversized ornaments.
Take a round hay wreath and hot glue on.
Use a rotary blade to cut the sweater into stripes and knot on wire wreath form.
Wrap thin gauge wire around the neck of the bottles and tie to the wreath.
Spray generous coating of water on wreath and spring snow flock from strainer onto wreath.
Spray cardboard silver, cut off the crow’s legs, and sprinkle with glitter. (Celebrate & Decorate
Cover horse head template with chicken wire and fill with greenery.
Wrap pipe cleaner with yarn and knot yarn up the length of the pipe.
Use a metal macrame ring and place diapers around the ring.
Place several on a wire wreath and tie tight with ribbon. (Celebrate & Decorate
Wrap hose into a circle and tie flowers into it with jute ribbon.