Easy DIY Cotton Farmhouse Wreath

3 Materials
10 Minutes

Do you want a cotton farmhouse style wreath but you don’t want to pay the price for one? Look no further. This wreath is sure to look expensive but cost very little. It’s also quick, easy and stylish. To see more of my ideas follow my Instagram!

First, you’ll need to purchase a new grapevine wreath. Or, if you’re lucky like me you can find one at a thrift store and deconstruct it.

Next you’ll take your leafy garland and wrap it securely around the wreath. I used faux eucalyptus garland found on Amazon. You’ll need two to achieve a full look.

Make sure you attach the ends of the second garland to everything stays put.

Lastly, stick your Cotton stems into the empty spaces on the wreath. I used four stems, but you can use more or less to achieve the look you’re going for. Twist the stems around the wreath to avoid needing glue.

That’s it!

Watch the video for a FULL tutorial!

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  • Joanie Joanie on Feb 09, 2020

    Your wreath is beautiful and so is your entry way.......I love it! However, I've picked cotton in MS. and the fields are all brown and white......NO green......you might wanna switch up. A lot of tree twigs on the wreath would make it look like the real deal!

  • Hi Joanie!

    Thanks for the suggestion! I love mixing greenery with other natural elements- greenery makes my heart happy!