I love to greet my guests with a pretty door, especially around the holidays. This is a super easy project for both crafters and people who just want to save a buck. Welcome your guests in style without breaking the bank. In total, this project was about half as much as the store bought version!
Start by cutting a little under a third of the garland and wrapping it around your wreath. I just tucked the ends in, but if you want, you could hot glue them for maximum staying power. As you start wrapping the wreath, the garland sprays might go every which way. Simply arrange them nicely at the end. Go all the way around the wreath and tuck in your ends, complete all three wreaths this way.
After you have all three wrapped and done, you should have a short amount of garland left. You only need a small piece with four sprays on it. We are using the spare sprays to attach our wreaths together. This way the connectors will blend in with the rest of the wreath.
Rip off a single spray, use this spare spray to make a ring around your wreath, wrapping the spray around its self to tie it off. (Essentially like using a twist tie). Take another spray and put it through the ring you just made, attach this second loop to your second wreath in the same twist tie fashion. Now two weaths should be attached.
Pictured Here is the loop with the second spray- waiting for the second wreath to be twist tied.
Complete the same process so that all three wreaths are attached. Then hang and enjoy. These wreaths come in a 12 pack so you’ll have a few more to play around with. I’m thinking of wrapping two in different garlands and setting a candle in the middle for a simple and pretty Thanksgiving table centerpiece.
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