How to make a garland winter wreath for Christmas. An easy DIY craft tutorial idea for seasonal home decor in less than 30 minutes!
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Do you decorate for the winter season? I love to decorate for Christmas but love when those decorations can continue past the holidays! This garland wreath is one of those multiple season home decor items. It is perfect for Christmas but can also be left up through the winter months. Now that’s my kind of decorating!
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Here is a close up what floral pins look like. They are basically a double sided pin.
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Garland Wreath Tutorial
Begin by finding the end of the length of garland. Pin it to the wreath foam by placing the floral pin over the length of garland and securing to the wreath form.
Wrap the garland around the wreath form.
One length of garland was not enough for my wreath. Layer the two ends of the garland together and pin into the wreath, then continue wrapping.
Secure the end with a floral pin. If you wanted you could leave the wreath as is. All of that garland looks so pretty as wreath!
I chose 3 matching floral picks to give the wreath a focal piece.
Cut the stems to about 2-inches long with a pair of wire cutters. If the stems are too long they will push through the back fo wreath and can scratch your door or wall.
Then simply push the stems into place on the wreath. And you’re done! Wasn’t that quick and easy?
This type of wreath is perfect for outdoors because the cold weather won’t hurt it one bit. It would also look great hanging indoors! I put mine on my front door.
If you liked this post you can find more DIY craft ideas in my Wreath Gallery.