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Spring Succulent Wreath

Spring Succulent Wreath

DIY & Crafts, Tutorials

If you are looking for a super easy wreath that is simple and affordable, look no further! This succulent wreath is the perfect compliment to spring and a cinch to create.

Every Monday my friend, Shandy and I are going to do a little “Make it Monday” series. This will include a fun, easy craft that will NOT break the bank as we have given ourselves a $20 budget!

So let’s get started, shall we?

Supplies

I purchased all of my items at Michaels to create my succulent wreath. However, I know some of you may not be close to a Michaels so I will link up these items on Amazon below. You might even have a few of these things already if you enjoy crafting now and then.

Lay Out Your Wreath

Before you start gluing, lay out a display for how you want the succulent wreath to look. It doesn’t have to be perfect, but a general idea for layers and such will be helpful.

Start Gluing

Once you have your wreath how you want it, begin with the biggest succulent, as this is the center piece. Use the hot glue to secure the big succulent onto the metal ring. Then, wrap wire around the succulent and wreath to hold it in place. Twist the wire together and then hot glue the wire in place again. This will make the wreath extra sturdy so the succulents will stay put. Here is a look at the back of the wreath so you can see what I am talking about.

Once you have your center succulent on, add the other items on underneath the large succulent so the stems are hidden. Continue gluing.

You can watch my video tutorial here: (subscribe to my YouTube Channel)

And You Are DONE

See… I told you that is the easiest wreath EVER to make!

As for hanging, I add a little bit of hot glue to the top of the succulent wreath so it won’t slip off of the door hanger.

So pretty for spring!

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