2 Easy Ways To Make A Eucalyptus Wreath

4 Materials
$20
1 Hour
Easy

I always plan to plan ahead for the holidays, but life doesn’t always cooperate. This year with a newborn, I still want to do a bit of holiday crafting and decorating but I want it to be easy. I am sharing 2 easy ways to make a eucalyptus wreath, but really you can use any type of branch or stems. Just keep it easy!

One of the local grocery stores has a random section of bins filled with some seasonal items and stationary. My son loves to look through this section and I often indulge him because I like to look too!

They had small embroidery hoops covered in fabric with cute quotes about plants. At less than a dollar a pop, I didn’t feel bad to tear off the fabric.


Gather materials.

1st way to make a eucalyptus wreath- embroidery hoop.


Other than the embroidery hoops, not much else is needed. Oh, I forgot to include the floral wire in the photo above! I use green florist wire to attach branches and other greens to wreaths.

The pretty blue ribbon was just fifty cents at a church rummage sale. If I have time, I try to always stop at rummage sales, estate sales, all the sales. You just never know what you will find.

Blue is my Christmas color this year and the ribbon will tie in with other crafts like these decoupage ornaments.

Wrap eucalyptus branches along the top of the embroidery hoop.


Secure branches with florist wire.

Wrap a small piece of florist wire (2 to 3 inches should be enough) around the branch and hoop.

Twist wire to tighten.


Tie ribbon for hanging.


Ready to hang!

2nd way to make a eucalyptus wreath- cardboard base.

Grab string, pen or pencil & a push pin

Tie the string to both the push pin and the pen or pencil as shown above.

Your string should be the width of half the size of wreath size you would like.


Center the pin on cardboard and draw a circle.

Are you getting flashbacks of geometry ha ha? Radius and diameter of circles and all that.

Hold the pin in place as you draw a circle as shown above.


Draw the inner circle.

Wrap the string around the pen a few times to draw the inner circle of the wreath form.


Cut out the wreath form and add branches.

The cardboard peeks out in a couple spots, but overall it provides a nice sturdy base in a pinch!


Trio of wreaths.

Combine both wreath making methods for a festive backdrop display!

One more wreath idea- I made a pretty ornament wreath with a coat hanger and it is one of my favorite projects!


Thanks for visiting! Hope you stop by again soon!

Suggested materials:

  • Embroidery hoop   (Amazon)
  • Eucalyptus   (Amazon)
  • Floral wire   (Amazon)
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  • Emma Emma on Nov 18, 2021

    Nice icon

  • William William on Nov 19, 2021

    The embroidery hoop wreaths are lovely and the cardboard wreath is beautiful. Love the concept of the ornament wreath. Stringing the ornaments on a coat hanger is very creative. It's gorgeous

    • This Dear Casa This Dear Casa on Nov 19, 2021

      Thank you so much William. Your sweet comment made my day ❤


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