Simple Dried Pampas Grass Wreath

5 Materials
10 Minutes

Add this cute, simple wreath to any door to add a cozy, fall feel to your house.

Materials Needed - Minus the hot glue gun, I used zip ties instead.

Links for dried grass -

The steel ring is from Hobby Lobby. They have a variety of different sizes.

Step One - Spray Paint Ring

This step is optional. I wanted a gold ring instead of silver so I painted it with spray paint I had on hand. If you want it silver skip this step or paint it whatever color you'd like.

Step Two - Lay Out Grass

Before starting I laid out the pieces I was going to use. In total I used four of each stem of dried grass so 8 total stems.

Note - This is why this project is priced at a low total cost because I only accounted for the pieces I actually used not what the total cost to purchase the full 20 or 50 pieces of dried grass.

Step Three - Zip Tie Grass To Ring

I cut down the stems and started to zip tie the stems onto the ring. I was originally going to use hot glue gun but opted to use zip ties instead. By doing this I'm making the wreath less permanent so if I want to change things up in the future I can do that and use pieces elsewhere.

Add the other two stems of the white grass. I zip tied these in the middle.

Step Four - Tie Grass Further Up

I took some yarn in the same color as the grass and tied it to the ring further up so it would round up with the ring. I pulled the grass down a bit and then tied the yarn so you wouldn't be able to see the yarn.

You can't even see where I used the yarn to tie it!

Step Five - Add Other Grass

I used yarn to tie this kind of grass on. I used the same color yarn for this as well so it was less noticeable.

Step Six - Add Yarn To Middle + Hang + Enjoy!

I strung a long piece of yarn around the middle to cover the zip ties and tied it. I love how simple this is!

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