The sizes available vary so choose your size depending on the size of wreath you'd like.
Find the halfway mark to ensure that you have enough room for the greens to pile up in the basket and not overflow.
Cut the basket making sure not to cut too close to the weave that the basket splits open.
Use clippings from your garden. Be sure to place your basket with the top down and the weave facing up.
This is where your wreath will begin to take shape.
Once you have at least 2 layers tied off, you can remove the basket, revealing your perfectly circle wreath!
To finish off me wreath and hide the twine and insert any flowers of your choice.
You can hang it on your door, over your stove, or even place a candle in the middle to use as a centerpiece!
This ornament wreath is not only super customizable, but super easy too!
You'll need 2 pool noodles, hot glue, duct tape, dried greenery, batter powered lights and lots of ornaments!
Take 2 pool noodles and tape two ends together with duct tape.
Cut to the size you want your wreath to be and tape the two ends of the noodles together to enclose the circle.
Hot glue large ornaments to the outside of the noodle ring, being sure to give variety to the order.
Hot glue ornaments to the inner edge of the circle in the same manner.
Pile ornaments on the top of the noodle to cover up entirely. You can fill in small spaces with smaller ornaments.
Take a small wired battery powered light strand and wrap it around the ornaments and through the greens.
Create a inexpensive and easy sunflower wreath from clothespins in 8 steps!
For this project you'll need clothespins, Rit Dye, wreath form, brown paint, flowers, burlap ribbon and twine.
Cover the clothespins in water and 2 tablespoons or more of Rit Dye to reach your desired color.
Allow the clothespins to sit for around 4 hours depending on how dark you want them to be.
Let the clothes pins dry completely. These took a little over 24 hours to dry stacked like this.
On your wreath form, clip your clothes pins on the last wire all the way around.
For your second layer, clip your clothes pins on the first and second wires all the way around.
Paint brown acrylic paint on the the first layer a little over half way and make edges uneven to create that sunflower's center.
Add a burlap ribbon bow, and pull some sunflower heads off a bouquet and hot glue them onto your wreath.
Tie a piece of twine at the top for hanging. Your sunflower wreath is done for you to enjoy!