CARROT WREATH DIY With Dollar Store Items!

3 Materials
30 Minutes

Hi there, Sweet Friends, I'm Cynthia from Create With Cynthia and welcome to my blog where I love to share DIY Home Decor projects and Furniture Makeovers all with a seasonal flair.

Are you looking for a Bright and Spring-y Wreath for your Home. Stay tuned as I show you how to take Dollar Store items and florals and create a Carrot Wreath! I chose to make a Carrot Wreath to go along with all the other carrots I’ve been making this Spring. Have you seen my  Vintage Clothespin Carrots and  Spindle Leg Carrots? The Dollar Store had everything I needed.

Materials Needed to Create a Carrot Wreath:

  • Faux Orange Flowers – I used 8 Tiger Lily stems.
  • Faux Greenery
  • Ribbon
  • Wire Wreath Form
  • Pipe Cleaners

Step one: Gather your supplies that you purchased at the Dollar Store. You will also need scissors or wire cutters and a Glue Gun with Glue sticks.

Step two: Wrap your ribbon around your metal wreath form.

Step three: Remove all of the leaves from your flowers. Save them, as you will possibly want to use them later. Use wire or a pipe cleaner to gather your flowers together. Gather four flowers then three flowers, then two flowers, then one flower.

You can see the front of the flowers here

Step four: Gather your greenery and use a pipe cleaner or wire to hold it together.

Step five: Attach the greeneyr and the flowers together. Check out the picture below.

Step six: Use a pipe cleaner or piece of wire to attach carrot with greenery onto ribbon wrapped wreath form.

Step seven: Create a ribbon and attach it to the wreath where the green stems are showing.

Step eight: Cut your ribbon ends at an angle for a more tailored look.

Step nine: Hang your wreath on the wall, door or an old window for viewing.

Now go out there and Create Something. Cynthia

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