Hi everyone! My name is Megan and I blog over at Megan Brooke Handmade. I’m honored that Bonnie and Trish have asked me to guest post for them today. I met these two lovely ladies at Haven last year and we’ve kept in touch ever since.
Today I thought I would show you how I made this super simple wreath that’s perfect for these upcoming summer months. And when I say easy, I mean anyone can do it!
For supplies, I bought a round twig wreath base and several floral stems from Michaels.
The floral stems came in bunches, so the first thing I did was clip them apart with wire cutters.
Then I just started adding in the stems around the wreath. I started with the purple and pink stems since I had the most of those.
Then you’ll just keep adding stems all around. Don’t worry too much about placement just yet. Once you get the whole wreath filled in, you can go back and add more stems to the places that are more bare than others.
Once I had the whole wreath covered and made sure there weren’t any bare spots, I then went on to add the white floral stems.
These were also in bunches and I clipped them apart first.
Just wanted to break up the color a bit with some white so I just added them throughout the wreath here and there.
And that’s literally it. I’ll be the first to admit I’m not the best floral arranger, but this is seriously the easiest wreath to make ever. I promise, even if you think you aren’t crafty, you can do this!
And here it is hanging on the front door.
Between a coupon I had and the sale on the floral stems, I think I spent around $20 for everything. Not too shabby.
I hope you enjoyed my little summer wreath. Thanks for having me Bonnie and Trish! I would love for you to visit me over at Megan Brooke Handmade. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
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Patricia Krank says
That IS simple and so beautiful on your front door. Thank you for sharing Megan and thank you Bonnie and Trish for having Megan over! Blessings, Patti@OldThingsNew
Love this wreath and it looks beautiful on your front door