DIY Magnolia Wreath

4 Materials
30 Minutes
This poor magnolia wreath has been through so much and it's all my fault. He started out as a regular Magnolia wreath I purchased from Hobby Lobby years ago. He moved with us to the new house and was on my front door for a long time. One day, I took my Magnolia wreath apart and ever since then I just couldn't get him to look like he used to. I took him apart again and decided I needed to add some life back into the wreath with some dried eucalyptus. This is just a summary of the project. To see the full tutorial head over to my blog

Start with magnolia stems and either dried or faux eucalyptus. If your wreath will be exposed to any moisture you should stear clear of dried eucalyptus and go with faux.
Add each to a grapevine wreath alternating between the two making sure the wreath looks even and full
Make sure each stem is secure in your grapevine wreath. If needed you might need to use hot glue to secure the stems. Once finished add your wreath to your front door.
You can also skip the magnolia stems and just add dried or faux eucalyptus to your grapevine wreath.
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