DIY Magnolia Wreath

4 Materials
$12
30 Minutes
Easy

Make this fun and easy DIY magnolia leaf wreath! It's budget-friendly, beautiful, and looks just like one you could purchase that's really expensive!


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Gather Supplies

For this project, you'll need:

-a grapevine wreath (you can find these really cheap at Walmart!)

-artificial magnolia leaves (I got two stems from Michaels)

-hot glue & hot glue gun

-scissors

Remove all leaves from branch

Gather your magnolia stems and cut the magnolia leaves off. I cut them in such a way so they were in pairs.


You could cut them off one by one and attached them, but it would be more work. Cutting them in pairs is helpful for the next step.

Hot glue the leaves to the wreath

Hot glue the leaf pairings to the wreath. Simply hot glue the stem and some parts of the leaves.


Layer each pair over the previous pair as you go. This will make your wreath look like it's store-bought!


You can adjust how much glue you use on them depending on how well they stick.

Here's how it should look half-way done

Keep going until you glue your branches all the way around the wreath.


Notice that not all the tops of my leaves are glued down. They simply lay over the previous pair.


Once you get to the last pair of leaves, tuck them under the first pair you did, so you'll get the complete layered look!

Hang up your wreath!

Here's my finished DIY magnolia wreath hung up on my door! Enjoy!


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