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Wood Flower Wreath

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.

Wreath How-To

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

Hot-glue gun
Tapioca wood flowers
Wreath form
Ribbon
Flat thumbtacks

  1. 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.
  2. 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.

Floral and craft wreath ring, 16", $3.50, 3ringcircles.com. Tapioca Wood Flowers, prices vary, save-on-crafts.com.

Comments (1)

  • mslo_marcie 13 Nov, 2012

    Save on Crafts also has these flowers. http://www.save-on-crafts.com/tapiocaflowers.html