How to Make a Spring Barrel Ring Wreath
In this post, I will be sharing 10 easy steps on how to make a Spring Barrel Ring Wreath.
A little story.
Vintage fixtures, glass lamp shades, wood-burning cook stoves, old doors and so much more.
And on this visit, I found some barrel rings for $8.00 each.
Click on the video below where you can shop with me in Snohomish, WA as I take you antiquing.
Plus, I take you on a tour of a junk store.
The Spring Barrel Ring Wreath hung on my door.
It looks amazing!
Now, for the 10 Easy Steps to Make a Spring Barrel Ring Wreath.
Time: 30 minutes
What you will need for this project:
- Barrel Ring
- 3 Eucalyptus branches with white berries on the ends.
- 2 large white berry branches.
- Wire cutters
- Green floral wire
Step 1. Cut off all the tags from the faux branches and flowers.
Step 2. Using the wire cutter, cut all the stems.
Step 3. Start by adding the eucalyptus branch.
Take the first eucalyptus branch and place it on the outside of the barrel ring.
Step 4. Secure with floral wire.
Cut 10 inches of wire and wrap it around the branch.
Do a simple tie and twist it to close and secure the wire.
Step 5. Tuck 3 to 4 eucalyptus branches into the wire and continue to the next section.
Step 6. Repeat steps 4 and 5.
Cut 10 inches of wire.
Tuck 4 to 5 branches into the wire.
To make it look full, put 1 branch on the inside of the barrel ring, above and under the barrel ring.
If you’re wanting a more full look, you can purchase more eucalyptus branches and add more to the wreath, if you like.
Step 7. Add the large white berries.
Bend the large white berry branches to fit onto the barrel ring.
Attach one branch on the left side, securing it with floral wire at the bottom of the berry branch and on top.
Repeat this by adding the 2nd berry branch to the right side of the barrel ring and securing it with the floral wire.
Step 8. Add the flowers.
Place each white rose flower 4 to 5 inches apart.
Take the stem and tuck it into the wire to hold it.
I used five flowers for this project but you could use more if you like.
I cut the floral stem shorter and used the lower leaves to add fullness to the wreath. See next step.
Step 9. Add some floral leaves.
Taking the leaves that I cut from each floral stem, I add these to the wreath.
It makes it look more full.
Step 10. Add the burlap twine.
Tie a simple knot on the left side, above the start of the branches and flowers.
Lift the wreath and wrap the burlap twine around loosely.
You’ll want this to be seen, so place it above the branches and don’t overlap the flowers.
On the right side tie a simple knot.
Repeat this by wrapping another layer of burlap twine.
You are now done!
I hope you liked these 10 Easy Steps to Make a Spring Barrel Ring Wreath.
It was super easy!
Don’t you think?
I will also share a very unique wreath door hanger, here. The photo is a link.
I found it on Amazon and think it is perfect for different heights when needed.
So, I want to pass what I found onto you.
In the photos above and below, you can see the adjustable wreath door hanger on my door.
If you’re a visual learner, I share all of these steps on my YouTube channel.
For more DIY project ideas go here.
If you love thrifting, here are some amazing finds that I found at a thrift store, here.
Thanks for coming by Victorian Lane Farms.
Have an amazing week.
I will be sharing more DIY projects and have some thrift finds that I’ve placed in my home and will share all the details soon.
Bye for now!
This is lovely. I would love it if you would share this on The Fabulous Friday Link Party this Friday. https://www.peacockridgefarm.com/category/fabulous-friday-link-party/
Hugs to you.
Thank you! I’d love to share this on your link party. Thank you for that! Hugs to you, too.
I love a good hoop wreath. A barrel ring was new to me. Now I’ll be hunting. for one of. these too.
Thanks for sharing at Fabulous Friday Link Party
Yay! Glad this inspired you. Thanks for your kind words. Have an amazing day!
She’s a beauty! Pinned!