DIY Flower Hoop Wreath

5 Materials
1 Hour

My favorite DIY projects are easy and inexpensive. Well, it can't get much easier than this one! This flower hoop wreath is a quick project that adds a pretty touch to your home. Want to find more easy and inexpensive DIY projects? Click here to explore more.

The materials you will need are a metal hoop (mine had a 5" diameter), a paintbrush and chalked paint (or spray paint), faux flowers and leaves, a glue gun and twine.

Paint a metal hoop white

I used chalked paint only because that is what I had on hand. I recommend that you use white Rust-Oleum spray paint. You could even leave the hoop silver if you prefer that!

Using a glue gun, glue faux flowers and leaves onto the hoop

You can either buy faux flower stems and cut off the flowers and leaves or you can buy single flowers to glue on. Before gluing them on, arrange them exactly as you'd like them so you don't encounter issues along the way.

Tie a piece of twine around the metal hoop.

This will be how you hang your hoop wreath. Feel free to make the twine as long or as short as you prefer for hanging purposes.

Hang it on a peg rack or anywhere else in your home as a sweet little decor item. Click here to find all the details on how to make another great DIY project, hanging flower vases!

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