Tuesday, December 20, 2016

15 Minute Holiday Centerpiece Wreath (with video!)


Need a wreath or centerpiece and only have a few minutes to make it?  I was in need of something to spruce up my table and this centerpiece is not only beautiful but versatile too!  Swap out the candle in the center as needed for your own decor needs.  Wreaths and centerpieces also make a thoughtful hostess gift too!

Here's what you'll need:
  • 18 inch evergreen wreath form
  • Floral sprays ( I used 2 and had plenty to work with)
  • Ribbon ( I used wired)
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors
  • Wire Cutters
Follow the complete wreath-making tutorial below too:





To make your wreath centerpiece:
  1. Fluff up the evergreen ends by bending them outward.
  2. Cut the floral spray pieces apart with wire cutters.
  3. Wrap ribbon around the entire wreath in a spiral fashion and secure with hot glue.
  4. Fill in the entire wreath with floral pieces
  5. Allow to dry/cool completely and place something in the center like a candle or other holiday decorative element.
  6. If you will be hanging your wreath, make a hanging loop out of leftover ribbon and glue to back of wreath, let cool completely.

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