This simple no wire wreath has all the vibes of Summer.
The secret is to use a grapevine wreath for the base.
I will take you step by step on how to make this amazing Summer no wire wreath for your front door or where ever you need a little cheer.
First, here is a list of what you will need:
- 4 white floral stems. Linking a 6 pack of white peony’s from Amazon for your convenience.
- 2 White Pom Pom Bushes – Link to Hobby Lobby where I purchased these here.
- Blue tick fabric for ribbon. Measurements are 50 inches by 3 inches. Or here is a link to a baby blue 2 1/2-inch wire ribbon for your convenience.
- Wire cutter
And that is it!
Instructions on how to make this no wire wreath.
Step One: Take the pom pom bush and cut off the branches with the wire cutters.
Repeat this for the second bush.
Also, cut off the price tags as well. I always forget this!
Step Two: Cut the white floral stem leaving 3 inches.
You want enough of the stem to be able to attach it to the grapevine wreath.
Which leads to the next step.
Then Onto Step Three: Starting with the white floral stems, tuck them into the grapevine of the wreath.
You will want to push it securely by getting it under the vines at least half an inch to one inch, as seen in the right photo above.
And pushing it until the full stem is secure.
Step Four: Do this for the remaining three white floral stems.
Step Five: Add the pom pom bush stems.
You will start on the inside of the wreath by putting the first stem just above the white florals to give it a full look.
Step Six: Zig-zag the pom pom floral stems by placing them on the inside and outside of the wreath.
You will want to push the stems into the vines until they are secure.
Step Seven: Tie the bow.
I cut a 50-inch by 3-inch ribbon from a piece of blue ticked fabric I had on hand.
But you could use this baby blue burlap ribbon here.
I tie the bow.
Step Eight: Cut the end of the bow and any loose string from the fabric.
The final step is to cut the ends of the fabric bow at an angle, as seen in the first and second photos above.
Then cut any loose string from the fabric.
You are now done!
This is what it looks like hanging on my front door!
I took some of the flowers and bent them forward so they could be visible.
This made the flowers on the wreath pop!
Was that an easy Summer wreath to make, or what?
I love how it turned out.
The fabric bow gets lots of compliments because it has that droopy look that is in style right now.
Here is a video sharing my trip to Hobby Lobby, where I bought my supplies for this project.
For more DIY project inspirations, go here.
And here is another floral wreath that I made last year that is one of my favorites. It’s a barrel wreath I made for Spring, but it could be for Summer, too!
I hope you’re enjoying your summer and wish you all the joy and happiness that life can bring.
Thanks for coming by Victorian Lane Farms.