5 Minute DIY Magnolia Wreath for Less Than $25

2 Materials
5 Minutes
I'm kind of obsessed with magnolia wreaths. They blend beautifully with pretty much any decor from farmhouse to cottage to rustic and so many others. My style in my home is a little bit farmhouse, a little bit french country so it was inevitable that I would want a magnolia wreath (or 2 or 3) mixed in with my decor. I swooned over them for years but never purchased one because I wasn't willing to spend $50-$100 for a large magnolia wreath. Being the thrifty DIY'er that I am I knew there had to be a way to make my own magnolia wreath for much less so I came up with an idea that is so easy, anyone can do it! Plus it only takes 2 supplies! DIY Magnolia Wreath Supplies:

- Grapevine Wreath (I used an 18" wreath)

- Magnolia Garland (I used a 5' garland)

Since I already have a stash of grapevine wreaths from thrift stores (that I bought for 99 cents up to $1.49 each!) I started searching for magnolia garlands that I could wrap around my wreath to make my own for a fraction of the price. It took quite a bit of time and searching to find a good deal but I have patience when I'm bargain hunting, which is rewarded quite frequently. I know it's cliche to say but I do believe great things come to those who wait (and do a lot of searching). I finally happened upon a great sale that Joann was having on their website and I purchased my magnolia garlands for half off. Each garland was only $19.99 after my savings!

This is one of my magnolia garlands. The whole garland is wired so it easily bends, including the leaves.

I wanted to hang one of my magnolia wreaths on an old window I have in my living room. I've hung other wreaths up on this window in the past like my  DIY boxwood wreath. To hang wreaths up on windows or glass I use  suction cup hooks.

After I put up my hook I hung my grapevine wreath up.

Then I got my magnolia garland and wrapped it around the wreath. I stuck the end piece of the stem inside of the grapevine wreath so it would stay in place. Then I adjusted the leaves and the stem all around the wreath so the grapevine would not show and so it would give my wreath the nice full look I wanted. Since the whole garland is wired it easily bent to where I wanted the leaves.

That's all there is to it! This has got to be one of my easiest home decor crafts and it only took 5 minutes! The part that takes the longest is adjusting the leaves to your particular aesthetic.

This project cost me a little over $20 and my wreath is about 21" in diameter. I would have spent double (if I was lucky) on up to quadruple the price on a magnolia wreath that size! I seriously love DIY decor! Check out my blog post for more pictures and links to magnolia garland deals! https://www.thriftyartsygirl.com/2020/06/5-minute-diy-magnolia-wreath-for-less.html

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