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Make Your Own Colorful Spring Wreath
17 steps
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What you’ll need
Grapevine Wreath
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Beads To Match Your Flowers (Or Clear)
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Twine
Silk Flowers In Spring Colors
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Scissors or wire cutters
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22 Gauge Wire
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Greenery
You should have a wreath, greenery, wire, beads, twine, and flowers
1. You should have a wreath, greenery, wire, beads, twine, and flowers
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Design your wreath before you begin!
2. Design your wreath before you begin!
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Lay out your flowers and greenery before attaching to have a visual of your wreath
3. Lay out your flowers and greenery before attaching to have a visual of your wreath
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Slide a bead halfway onto a wire, fold the wire in half, and twist until both ends are one
4. Slide a bead halfway onto a wire, fold the wire in half, and twist until both ends are one
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This is how your bead and wire should look; this is the flower stem
5. This is how your bead and wire should look; this is the flower stem
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Detach all of your flowers so that you can attach a new wire stem
6. Detach all of your flowers so that you can attach a new wire stem
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Open the petals and find the hole; push the wire through until the bead is sitting in the flower
7. Open the petals and find the hole; push the wire through until the bead is sitting in the flower
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You now have a flower and stem; repeat for each flower, use beads that are similar in color to petal
8. You now have a flower and stem; repeat for each flower, use beads that are similar in color to petal
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To attach, push wire through branches and wrap wire until secure; tuck loose wire ends into wreath
9. To attach, push wire through branches and wrap wire until secure; tuck loose wire ends into wreath
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This is how a wrapped flower should look; the tighter you wrap the wire, the more secure the flower
10. This is how a wrapped flower should look; the tighter you wrap the wire, the more secure the flower
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Use individual leaves as filler underneath flowers by tucking, wiring, or weaving under branches
11. Use individual leaves as filler underneath flowers by tucking, wiring, or weaving under branches
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Attach all flowers and individual leaves
12. Attach all flowers and individual leaves
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To use bunches of greenery, cut in to sprigs - bend the branch and cut with scissors or wire cutters
13. To use bunches of greenery, cut in to sprigs - bend the branch and cut with scissors or wire cutters
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Because sprigs have longer, tougher stems, you can just slide these into the branches of the wreath
14. Because sprigs have longer, tougher stems, you can just slide these into the branches of the wreath
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Tie your twine together, and then loop the connected end through a branch and pull through the twine
15. Tie your twine together, and then loop the connected end through a branch and pull through the twine
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Hang your wreath and step back to see if any adjustments need to be made
16. Hang your wreath and step back to see if any adjustments need to be made
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I decided to only use one big flower, cut down on greenery, and add some pink buds for more warmth
17. I decided to only use one big flower, cut down on greenery, and add some pink buds for more warmth
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Thanks!