I love making homemade wreaths! Can’t you tell? I’ve had this one grapevine wreath from Michael’s for about 2 years, switching out the flowers and garland to fit each season. I stumbled on these gorgeous poinsettia flowers, and couldn’t resist another!
Making a homemade wreath is super easy. No gluing necessary, just 15 minutes and some festive music.
To get started, lay out all of your supplies. I took it to my living room floor, smack down in front of a Christmas movie (does it get any better than that?).
Next, use wire cutters to cut the flowers off the stems. Leave about 3-4 inches so that you can weave it through the wreath (that’s your “glue”). Pick the leaves off and unwind the garland.
“Stick” the flowers into the side of the wreath, weaving each stem in between the grapevines. That will hold them in place.
From the top of the flowers, begin weaving the garland around the wreath. It’ll look messy, but you’ll fix it in the next step. Secure each end of the garland by “sticking” it into the grapevines.
Finally, fix the garland so that it’s spread out and secure around the wreath. Add the leafs around the flowers, securing them the same way as the flowers.
And there you go, a pretty poinsettia wreath just in time for Christmas!