I always wanted to have Magnolia Wreath! Those wreaths are so versatile… they go with everything and anything. Perfect with any season starting from spring till winter. The only problem with those wreaths is that they are very expensive. I was lucky enough to find a magnolia garland at my last trip to Joann’s on sale. Couldn’t get fast enough home to make one! Love to make budget friendly wreaths!
Items needed to make a wreath
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So let’s begin! Remove few leaves from your garland. I removed only 12 of them out of which 4 of them I spray painted lightly gold.
Just because I like to re-use or re-arrange my wreaths, garden wire will be helpful in magnolia leaf installation .
Arrange the leaves in a fan shape. Alternate the green leaves with the painted leaves, and install them dense
Originally I wanted to keep it plain just with a bow only but those cotton picks with pine cones were just perfect fall detail so I attached to my wreath.
My wreath is going to be placed on my front door so my little board from Walmart that I always have around in my house with Dollar tree metal Welcome word will be simply perfect addition!.
So now let’s make a bow! I think Simply folded bow out of Burlap will be perfect! Check my tutorial on this below. I used another piece of burlap ribbon instead of twine for my wreath bow.
What I love about that wreath is that with few new accessories it can be easy transformed to a new season… In few days I will for sure add some Christmas tree branches to be more on the wintery side
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