DIY Wood Bead Wreath For The Holidays Or All Year Round!

4 Materials
30 Minutes

This DIY wood bead wreath is so easy that your kids can help you make them.

I have seen wreaths like these in the stores and they are usually $20 or more. They are so simple that I knew I could make them exactly how I wanted them for a lot less than that.

This wreath is something you could hang up all year round.

You can make them any size you like and you don’t have to tie them together to make one wreath as I did. You could have three separate wreaths. 

Here is a video showing you how easy these are to make!

Easy Steps To Create These Wreaths:

  1. The first thing I did was cut the wire form on the bottom so I could string the wood beads on the wreath form.
  2. I strung the number of beads I wanted on the wreath.
  3. Then, I put the wreath back together where I cut it and wrapped Scotch tape around it to secure it. 
  4. Since I had three different sized wreath forms, I put them together at the top with some floral wire and hot glued a bow to the top.

I left the wood beads a natural color, but you could stain them or paint them.

You could add greenery and/or any ribbon that matches your decor.

I hope this easy project inspires you to try it!

Will you paint the beads? Stain them? If you make one, please tag me on  Instagram when you share it! I would love to see it.

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  • TK TK on Jan 10, 2022

    What sizes of rings were used and what size of beads were used on each hoop?

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