This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Afloral. All writing and opinions are completely my own.
I’m sure you’ve seen a plethora of tutorials on making these minimalistic wreaths. I myself shared a similar project before, but with a round mirror. But I guarantee you’ve yet to find a tutorial as simple as this one.
In fact, it’s so easy, I finished it in less than 10 minutes – seven of which I spent looking for floral wire, which ended up being completely unnecessary.
These minimalistic wreaths are a quick and beautiful way to add personality to any room. I hung mine in the girls’ playroom, but they would also look lovely displayed over a bed or in the hallway or on the fireplace – anywhere, really. In fact, now that I know just how easy they are to make, you can expect to see more of them on the blog and Instagram.
- 18-inch gold hoop
- 14-inch gold hoop
- 6-foot faux boxwood garland from Afloral
- Wire cutters or cutting pliers
- (2) Command party ceiling hooks
- First, start attaching the garland to one of the gold hoops. The great thing about this particular garland from Afloral is that it has little hooks on the back of the garland, making it oh-so-easy to literally snap the garland onto the metal hoop.
- When you’ve covered approximately 75 percent of the hoop, use the wire cutters to cut the garland.
- Then, attach the rest of the garland to the second hoop.
- Using your hands, fluff out the garland to make it appear fuller.
- Attach the Command hooks to the wall where you want to hang your wreaths.
- Hang the wreaths on the command hooks.
It literally can’t get any easier! Let me know if you decide to try this tutorial! I’d love to hear where you decide to display it!
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