Crafts editor Marcie McGoldrick fell in love with these tapioca wood flowers and put them to use in this easy-to-make wreath -- which works throughout the season's holidays and will last for years.
Set the form on a flat surface before you glue flowers onto the front of it, so the wreath will lie flat when displayed.
Tools and Materials
Tapioca wood flowers
- Glue flowers to wreath form, placing them as close as possible to each other so the form doesn't show through. Stagger the size of the flowers to create a more visually interesting wreath.
- Glue the center of a length of ribbon to the back of the wreath. Use tacks to pin the loose ends to the top of the door.