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Spring Floral Hoop Wreath Tutorial
1 (14″) embroidery hoop, separated into two hoops. You will only use one for the wreath.
Thin floral or craft wire
2-4 Stems of Greenery
3 Artificial Flowers
2-4 Small Stems of Filler Flowers/Greenery
Hot Glue Gun
Take some time to lay out the flowers and greenery to see what arrangement works best. I find that starting with a base of greenery then adding a few bold flowers followed by a few fillers works really well.
Cut a length of wire with the wire cutters and tightly wrap it around a stem of greenery starting at the base and working your way up. Repeat on the other side.
Note: I used one sprig of greenery on each side, but you can use two and stagger them to create more height and fullness.
Pick out a few what filler flowers or greenery you’d like to use. Hot glue them into place.
Cut the stem completely off of the 3rd flower. Hot glue into place. I find that the center flower is better positioned when glued in place vs. wired.
And that’s it!
I absolutely love how my new wreath looks over our garden tub. That, and my pretty bottle of Mrs. Meyer’s® Lavender Body Wash that I picked up at Target. If you didn’t know that Mrs. Meyer’s® brand made body wash you are not alone. I didn’t realize that they did until recently either! I have Mrs. Meyer’s® brand products in my kitchen and near every bathroom sink in the house so it only made sense to treat myself during shower and bath time as well!
Target sells a large variety of Mrs. Meyer’s® brand products, both the original and seasonal scents. In the fall I make sure to stock up on the Mrs. Meyer’s® Apple Cider hand soap. It is one of my favorites. In the spring I like to go back to the basics with the garden-inspired scents like Honeysuckle, Lavender, Basil, and Lemon Verbena.
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Find even more wreath inspiration on my Homemade Wreath board on Pinterest!