Summer Flower Wreath

4 Materials
$18
20 Minutes
Easy

Today we're making a bright and beautiful summer flower wreath.


Gather your favorite faux flowers to make this fun home decor!

You can make this project in under 20 minutes and it will look lovely on your front door!

Let's get our tools and materials together to make this beautiful wreath.


Tools you'll need:



  • Wire cutters
  • Hot Glue


Materials:



  • 12" Grapevine Wreath
  • 3 Daffodils
  • 2 Dripping Blossoms


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Step 1: Stem Length


Cut all of the flower stems to about 3 inches long.


The 3″ remaining stem will be used to secure it to the grapevine.


Step 2: Yellow Blossoms


Attach dripping yellow blossoms to both lower sides using glue, leaving the bottom of the wreath bare.


You can attach the flowers simply by wedging the 3″ piece of the stem in between the grapevine, or you can use a dab of hot glue to help secure them in place.

Step 3: Affix Daffodils


Attach the daffodils to the bottom center of the grapevine wreath using glue.


The goal here is to fill in the center space without making them look too crammed together.

Once the glue is dry, you have a beautiful summer wreath to hang on your door!

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