Katie Bookser
Katie Bookser
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  • Stamford, CT

DIY Modern Triangle Wreath

5 Materials
15 Minutes

Sometimes I get the itch to shake things up creatively from season to season, and break away from traditional style decor. This modern triangle wreath is a quick and easy project that’s totally customizable for any season.

Watch the video above to see how you can easily make your own, or keep reading for step by step instructions. Enjoy!

Start by arranging 3 wooden dowels in a triangle shape.

Using leather cord, string, or yarn, wrap each corner of the wreath. Glue the ends down on the back of the wreath and cut off the excess.

Next, add your choice of greenery to one corner of the wreath, followed by some faux florals. This is where you can have fun with it and customize the wreath with any color scheme that you like.

You can display this by hanging it up or it would look great styled on a shelf or console table. If you like this project and want to see more, visit my  YouTube Channel. Don’t forget to share your DIY photos with me on  Instagram or Facebook, I can’t wait to see what you make.

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  • Dee
    on Nov 18, 2019

    Nice change!

  • Pamela
    7 days ago

    I'm thinking of using a square picture frame this year instead of a wreath. My front door is white, so I'll paint the frame green and use red silk flowers.

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