DIY Beaded Wreath

Jenni -- thejenspace
by Jenni -- thejenspace
7 Materials
30 Minutes
An easy and inexpensive way to change up your front door for spring!
You will need
  • floral stems/ greenery stems
  • pre-drilled wood beads
  • E6000 glue
  • scissors
  • wire cutters
  • steel hoop
  • floral wire
First, use your wire cutters to make a cut in your steel hoop.
Now that your hoop has a cut in it, you can string the beads along the hoop. Continue adding the wood beads until the entire hoop is filled.
Once you have all of your beads on the hoop, use your glue to secure the hoop together. I let mine dry for a little while before I continued. You can use hot glue if you don't want to wait for the E6000 to dry.
Cut the stems off of your floral/ greenery pieces.
Now that the hoop is dry, you can start adding your floral arrangement.
I started with the greenery. To attach your pieces, take your scissors and cut off a piece of the floral wire. Wrap the wire around the hoop and floral pieces until it is secure. The wire is very easy to manipulate to create your arrangement. I decided to have all of my floral at the bottom of my wreath.
Next, I added my flowers. I used the same method as above and cut pieces of floral wire to attach the flowers.
Keep adding until you are satisfied.
This step is optional. I added ribbon to hang my wreath on the front door. You can just hang your wreath straight from the hoop if you wish.
All done!
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  • DN DN on Feb 16, 2021

    Beautiful! ❤️

  • Toby Morris Toby Morris on Mar 19, 2021

    Yes, I'm going to make this. I already have a hoop. It's smaller than yours, but I like the smaller size. If I like it, I'll make a bigger one. I already have stems, too. Easy enough for me, ha!