How I Made Wood Beaded Wreaths for My Front Door

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Have you seen the wood beaded wreaths that are all over the place? The neutral look is very much my style. So I decided it was time to put away the Christmas tree and get out something for Spring!

I ordered two gold 12 inch hoops from Amazon and wooded beads that I've used previously for the chandelier project if you followed me for a long.

Using wire cutters I cut the hoops and then threaded the beads like a necklace.

The wire was much thicker than I realized and it was kind of difficult to cut but the beads stayed on very well.

Then I had some fake leaves that used for to cover up the cut part.

I tied it on with string but you could use chicken wires well. That was the original plan and I think would work slightly better but I couldn't find the chicken wire because I like hiding things for myself.

It came out so whimsical and springy!

I'm sure my neighbors are happy that it's no longer Christmas treats on my front door considering it's already May.

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  • Kris Kris on May 31, 2022

    I think this wreath is so appealing because of its simplicity. So many wreaths have so much in them they seem gaudy to my. Less is more, love it. Thanks for your share.

  • Ruth Ruth on Jun 21, 2022

    Love them!