DIY Farmhouse Magnolia Wreath
Here's a great tutorial to make your own farmhouse style Magnolia Wreath for under $15! So much better than paying $100 for a store bought one. It's so easy, I think I'm going to make a few more to put around the house!
Here's what I started with:
And here's the finished product!
Check out the full tutorial on my blog (linked below) to see how I made them look like preserved Magnolia leaves, and how I made them into a nice, full wreath!
I have a feeling this DIY Farmhouse Magnolia Wreath will make appearances all over my house, I just love it so much! And I love the price tag even more ;-)
I foresee many more farmhouse knock-off projects in my future! Head to my blog post to see the full step-by-step tutorial for how I created this wreath.
- Faux Magnolia Leaves
- Craft Paint
- Wire Wreath Form
- Hot Glue Gun
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
Published August 12th, 2016 8:52 AM
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Joanie on Dec 30, 2017I lived in Western PA. and we had oaks, pines, hickory nut and walnut trees, along with all the various others. My Mum in law bought a Magnolia and it killed over in no time flat., when the colder weather approached. I'm in the South now for years, and I have a Huge one on the side of my house. THEY are messy, but smell gorgeous.....along with honeysuckle, wisteria, and lagustrum. If I could get you the leaves up there I would!! You would have a little piece of Virginia in your home.....