Simple Gold Hoop Wreath for Fall

3 Materials
1 Hour

I love making wreaths and Fall themed wreaths are one of my favorites to make, along with Christmas of course. This year I decided to try out my very first hoop wreath for the season. I have never attempted to make a metal hoop wreath and I found that is was amazing easy to make.

Just a few supplies are needed

To make this wreath you will need a hoop wreath form available at most craft stores like Michaels. Mine is gold but there were also silver ones available.

The hoop I purchased is gold and is 14 inches. There are many sizes to choose from so you can make this wreath any way you wish.

You will also need floral stems, floral wire, and a hot glue gun.

I decided not to put a bow on mine but you can also add one if you would like to have one on your version of a hoop wreath.

Wrap the stems around the hoop

The first thing you will need to do is decide how you want the wreath to look and which floral stems are the base for the wreath design.

My wreath has sunflowers so I chose to put stems of eucalyptus and yellow berries on the hoop wreath first.

This was easy to do by cutting the floral stems shorter and wrapping the end of the stems in floral wire and around the hoop at the same time.

Glue on the flowers

After you have wired on the longer stems around the wreath hoop, you will then need to add the flowers.

This is easy to do by first removing the heads of the flowers from the stems and hot gluing them to the wreath hoop. The stems and wires from the first step gives you something to attach the flower heads and hot glue to.

Simple Hoop Wreath

That is it. Those simple steps are all that is needed to create a beautiful hoop wreath for any season and decor.

I was surprised at how easy it was to make and will be making more like this again.

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Donna Powell
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