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Have extra wreath making supplies lying around that you’re not sure what to do with? No problem! Learn how to turn them into a beautiful wreath display—no shopping required!

Okay, y’all – let’s get real for a minute. I know so many of you crafters are freaking out about the craft stores being closed for a bit. But if we’re really honest with ourselves, most of us are craft supply hoarders with a perfectly good stash at home.

If you want to do some crafting, but are lamenting the supply chain being cut (so to speak), listen up. I guarantee you that you can walk around your house write now and find plenty of extra wreath making supplies you can use! And I’m going to show you exactly how to do so.

wood butterfly on grapevine with bow

What to Do With Extra Wreath Making Supplies

This wreath project is a bit more freestyle than normal. You may not have a wreath turn out exactly like mine because your extra wreath making supplies are likely different from mine. However, this video should give you some good ideas about what to do and help you think outside of the box a bit.

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What To Do With Extra Wreath Making Supplies

Have extra wreath making supplies lying around that you're not sure what to do with? No problem! Learn how to turn them into a beautiful wreath display—no shopping required!
Yield: 1 wreath

Instructions

  • Using the stem cutter or bolt cutters, trim and fluff the ficus stems. Secure using the hot glue gun.
  • Trim and add floral stems. Secure using the hot glue gun. Layer the different floral stems.
  • Get your EZ Bow Maker and ribbon.
  • With your 2.5" ribbon, measure a 12" tail and a (3) 6" loop on each side. Then do 2 loops slightly smaller, and then 1 loop slightly smaller. Cut tail.
  • Make a center loop and add to the bow. Cut a ribbon tail and add to the back of the bow.
  • Twist 2 pipe cleaners and then wrap around the center of the bow. Twist nice and tight.
  • Add bow in the center of the greenery and florals. Fluff out bow and trim ends at an angle. Curl tails.
  • Secure bow by adding a little bit of glue behind the bow.
  • Trim and add some greenery stems to add texture to the wreath.
  • Add the butterfly attachment. Secure using the hot glue gun. Use floral wire to secure the top of the butterfly to the grapevine base. Trim floral wire and tuck the excess back into the grapevine base.
  • Fluff out the mix of greenery and florals for a fuller look.

Notes

If adding signs, highly recommend vertical signs, so that it stays with the flow of the wreath.

As you can see, by following basic wreath-making principles you can turn your leftover supplies into a beautiful masterpiece. Have fun with it!

grapevine, pink florals, yellow floral, greenery

If you need any help with centerpiece-making, bow-making, wreath-making, or crafting in general, be sure to check out more of our tutorials on How to Make Wreaths.

We would love to see your beautiful summer wreaths! Please share with us over at the How To Make Wreaths Facebook Group.

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