DIY Christmas Wreath

3 Materials
1 Hour

I made this gorgeous wreath from a few supplies that were on sale at the craft store. It's really easy to make a plain ol' wreath look like something special, and it will look gorgeous hanging on your front door this Christmas! Check out the full post to see more details, and the DIY garland that I made to go with it.

I started with a plain (not very realistic-looking) wreath and a few different Christmas-y sprays. Try to choose sprays that have a similar texture to your wreath but varied colors to help things feel a little more realistic. You don't want to mix leaf types too much, but you want some variation throughout the wreath.

Either cut the individual pieces apart or remove the tape at the bottom of the wreath so you can separate the individual pieces of the spray. This will allow you to spread things out a bit more and will make your sprays go a lot further!

Now, begin attaching the individual pieces to your wreath using a hot glue gun. I took the different colored greenery and spread it throughout the wreath to make it fuller and more realistic looking, then I went back in with the berries and decorative pieces.

Continue adding to the wreath until you reach a point where you love it! You can go crazy with sprays or keep things simple - I chose to do mostly greenery with a few berries and pinecones sprinkled in.

Check out the full blog post for more details on this project, along with the garland I made to match!

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