DIY Faux Flower Wreath

4 Materials
$8
1 Hour
Easy
Even though Spring is taking its time to arrive here in Ontario (snow in April – WTF?), I can’t help but start to tweak the decor around the house when the seasons change. I’m putting away the heavy throw blankets, switching out the pillows on the couch for bright white ones, and our DIY winter wreath on our front door has headed into storage. I came across some sweet pink faux flowers at the dollar store a few weeks ago, and grabbed them for a spring wreath. My projects these days need to be able to get from start to finish during a baby nap time, so this one was perfect. I know you parents out there can relate.
Here is what you need to make this little darling:

- Batch of faux flowers (I got two bunches of these at the dollarama)
- Foam board
- Hot glue & glue gun
- Scissors

For the wreath form, simply cut out a circle in the size you want out of the foam board. I had black here, but the color doesn’t matter. Once you have glued your flowers on, it will sit against your door or wall and you won’t see the form.
The steps here are super easy. Click through for the rest of the blog post that shows you exactly what to do...and some tips for styling this gorgeous wreath!

Suggested materials:

  • Batch of faux flowers   (Dollarstore)
  • Form board   (Dollarstore)
  • Hot glue and glue gun   (Amazon)
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  • Lio2914546 Lio2914546 on May 12, 2016
    Yes ! Great idea ................. And even more adorable with a pretty bow silk or satin; brighter than the tone of the flowers used. Yours.

  • Shautzie Shautzie on May 14, 2016
    I think I'd add some extra embellishment: baby's breath and perhaps some smaller buds. I'd also put a ribbon bow on it. Love the idea . I also saw on Pinterest someone had done the same thing around the perimeter of a clock.

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