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5 DIY Burlap Wreaths

Here are 5 DIY Burlap Wreaths that are super fun and easy to create yourself. It’s something that could make your guests excited. This is a project kit from Home Made Luxe and each monthly project is like Pinterest in a box and contains all the materials you need to create DIY home decor projects like this one plus written and video instructions. Click the link for more information about our monthly craft subscription box.

Materials for 5 DIY Burlap Wreaths:

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  • 10” Wreath Form
  • 8” Wreath Form
  • Snowman Wood Decor
  • Burlap Ribbon
  • Chevron Ribbon
  • Floral Wire
  • Pipe Cleaners
  • Glue Stick
(Household Items Needed: Scissors and Glue Gun)

    DIY BURLAP WREATH: VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS

    How to Make 5 DIY Burlap Ruffle Wreaths

    1. Pull sides of burlap ribbon through the outer two spaces in the 10” wreath form.

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    2. Scrunch the end, turn over the wreath form and secure with pipe cleaner.  

    3. Turn right side up and continue pulling the two sides through the two outer spaces.

    4. Scrunch the layers up in one hand to create ruffles. Continue until there are enough ruffles to stay in place.  

    5. When you reach the end of a section, simply pull the sides through the next section and continue making ruffles.  

    6. When you have reached end of outer row, begin inner row by pulling sides through inner & middle spaces in wreath form. Continue until entire wreath is complete.   7. Add bow to the top, bottom or side to accent wreath. Add accents like flowers or ornaments if so desired. To create centerpiece: Place wreath on table and add flowers or candles to center.   8. To create Double Wreath: Complete 8” wreath form and connect the two wreaths with a loop of chevron ribbon & glue to secure. 

    How to Make a DIY Snowman Bubble Wreath

    1. Fold the end of burlap in half & weave through the wireframe, scrunch the end and secure to bottom of the frame with the pipe cleaner.

    2. Fold the ‘tail’ under the wreath. Starting at the bottom, straighten burlap and pull a 2” loop up through the space between the bottom two wires.  

    3. Continue pulling loops through the openings in the wire until you have created three loops. Scrunch the three loops to the side and turn the frame over.   4. On the back of the frame twist the burlap twice to secure. Turn over and begin pulling loops through the frame again.

    5. Continue this process until the entire wreath is covered. You can do 2 to 3 sets of loops per section for the 10” wreath. And 1-2 sets of loops per section of the 8” wreath. (This depends on how fluffy you want your wreath)  

    6. Tie end of chevron ribbon to the back of the 10” wire frame. Create a loop by pulling through space between two wires, twist at back to secure.  

     

    7. Continue making openings & pulling through loops around the wreath until entire wreath has chevron loops throughout.   8. To create Snowman: Secure two wreaths together with pipe cleaners at the back to create snowman face & body. Add bow between two wreaths (around the neck). Tie wood snowman face in the middle of the smaller wreath.  

    How To Make The Perfect Wreath Bow:

    • Wired Ribbon  
    • Glue Stick   
    • Pipe Cleaners  
    • Floral Wire
    1. Cut ribbon into 4 strips: 1 small 6”, 1 medium 12” &  2 long 16”. Add glue to ends of a 12” & a 16” strip & glue to create loops. Repeat with 12” strip.

     

    2. Place shorter loop on top of the longer loop, squeeze the middle & secure with the pipe cleaner.  Take 16” strip, squeeze middle &  

    3. secure to bottom of 2 loops. Tie floral wire around the middle of bow several times then complete with ends pointing horizontally.  

    4. Take 6” strip and glue sides down to create a short strip.

     

    5. Wrap the short strip around middle and glue to the back, trimming excess ribbon as necessary.  

    6. Cut ends diagonally to create the pointed look. Use floral wire to attach to wreath.

      

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