Floral Hoop Wreath - Easy and Inexpensive DIY

3 Materials
30 Minutes

I recently made this beautiful floral hoop wreath. It didn't take long to put together. And it looks great on my front door!

Ready to add some curb appeal to your front doors? Don't buy a fancy wreath - it's so easy to make one. First, gather your materials. I used floral tape, a 12 inch hoop wreath, faux coral colored peony bundles, faux eucalyptus and a few REAL green berry sprigs from my front yard.

Here's the faux eucalyptus...

First, I took my two faux eucalyptus bunches and taped them onto the hoop in opposite directions - stems facing.

Snip your peony flowers off the stems so they are shorter pieces. Take the peony pieces and attach them to the center of the hoop wreath - in between the two eucalyptus bunches. This will fill in the middle there and hide the stems.

Then - take your berry sprigs or just pretty greens from your yard and attach them wherever you need the extra pop.

Isn't this so pretty?

This project is:

  • inexpensive - you only need to buy enough greens/flowers to cover a small part of the hoop
  • Quick - you will have this completed in no time!
  • Easy to hang - hang it right by the hoop. Or tie on a pretty jute ribbon to hang it.
  • Fun!

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Karen | Decor Hint
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