Easy DIY Mini Wreaths (simple tutorial!)
These simple DIY mini wreaths add the perfect touch of holiday cheer anywhere you hang them….and they are so easy to make too!
Sharing how to make these darling DIY mini wreaths today!
If you saw my Festive Christmas Laundry Room, then you’ve already seen these pretty little DIY mini wreaths.
I thought I’d create a post to show how easy these were to make.
Let me first start by saying that I searched high and low, and in between, for little mini wreaths like this.
None were to be found.
Or none were to be found for what I was willing to pay. ;)
I couldn’t even find little branches, greenery or garland appropriate for these.
Gosh, it seemed it was just not going to happen. :(
Until I came across these little green stems at Michael’s.
They were so simple but so perfect for my needs.
Unfortunately the stems ended up only having one little pine cone per stem.
No worries, I found those other mini pine cone stems (pictured above) that would work perfectly for these DIY mini wreaths. Yay!
So I clipped them as shown above.
Then bent the wire in them to make them round-ish….
I used my hot glue gun to attach the ends to each other.
You can see I’ve pulled off the little pine cones from the pine cone stems I bought.
I hot glued 2 of those to each little DIY mini wreath.
So now they all have 3 mini pine cones each.
So cute. :)
And so wispy perfect.
Those were on my laundry cabinets.
Here is where else I put them….
…on the 3 upper cabinet doors in my kitchen.
I just love the added holiday feel it gives the otherwise plain cabinets.
I used a tiny satin ribbon and just did a simple loop to hold them….
And then used 3m strips cut into tiny sections (no need for a whole one)….
These are the velcro style ones and it holds them very well.
Trust me, I have a teenage boy at home who is not necessarily gentle opening and closing the cabinets. ;)
I’m so happy with how they turned out! And how incredibly easy they were.
Not to mention, very budget friendly too. :)
Hope you make some too! Let me know if you do!
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I’ll see you back here later this week with a little holiday inspiration (the first of my home tour). :)
UPDATE!! See it now, here!!
I hope you have wonderful week!
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Oh my stars Nancy, these little wreaths are perfect! Seriously! I never would have thought of a mini-wreath and they look charming. Great idea combining the stems. They look marvelous in your kitchen. ?
Aren’t they so little and cute? I just love them! Thank you! xoxo
I love it and thank you for sharing with us
Thanks Norma! You are so welcome! xo
Okay, these would be lovely throughout the winter season, and even fall! And, you could do the same with some boxwood for the other seasons. Love the idea, and how easy it is. Like how ‘simple’ they look, too! Thanks, Nancy!
Oh, you are right, they really would! I might just have to remember that! ;) Thanks Julie! xoxo
These are too cute…clever girl !!! Hey…we just finished a huge reno to our 2nd home in NC…we used the waterproof laminate “wood flooring” in both bathrooms and the laundry room…LOVE THIS STUFF !! You’re right it’s GRRRRREAT !! and it looks so good…..Happy Renovating !! Where did you find the “florals” you used afterall?
Thank you, Linda! Oh, that is so great to hear!! :) I am thrilled with ours!! xoxo
Nevermind….found Michaels in your post….so excited to look at pictures, missed reading…
I love, love, love this idea so much so that I will be making these, if I have the items needed to make them. They are so pretty, that I would keep them up, year round.
Yes, you certainly could! They are very easy to make… Have fun! :)