How to Make Easy Rattan Winter Wreath
Every year I dig out my old wreath and sigh… Is it going to be battered or ready to go. This year around it didn’t matter. I was ready to put some leftovers to use. Today I’m going to show you how you can make a super easy Winter wreath to hang either in the home or on your front door. Grab your wicker or grapevine wreath form and let’s have fun. Good thing is that this wreath can be made in a fall through Christmas. It is literally is all good to early spring. Don’t you just love good evergreen wreath? Wreath with our burlap magnolia flower. My goal is to keep it in Rustic elegance. Learn how to make rattan winter wreath on the budget
You’ll need the following items:
- A wreath. Wicker or rattan would be ideal.
- Greenery or fake greenery. Purchase some evergreen and holly from your local florist or simply grab some sprigs of fake greenery and flowers from most of the pound shops. if you’re lucky enough to have some of the real stuff in your garden then bonus!
- floral wire
Let the assembly begin of our rattan winter wreath
This gorgeous wicker/ rattan wreath will be a base to project. Who doesn’t love wicker, grapevine wreath.. not me! I always grab them when they are on sale. So much character
Just because I was just making a wreath for my fireplace i still have pieces of artificial garland used in that wreath. If you follow me for some time you know I love to use leftovers from my project or re- purpose old ones
Check HERE where biggest portion of that artificial garland went. Love that Whimsical Framed Wreath. Loved making that wreath for my fireplace
Some of the floral wire wrapped around and my faux garland is all set. Grabbed pieces with wire and threaded through wreath form.
Making that wreath was so much fun. Didn’t have a big piece of garland left so i knew I had to use some other embellishments. If you are thinking a bow you are wrong. I love them but I love flowers more. For some reason i felt that my burlap Magnolia flower i made will be perfect! Burlap will be awesome to leave it outside since my front door is shielded a bit.
I am now even more excited about this project. Check full tutorial for this easy Magnolia flower HERE
Video how to make Burlap Flower below
As I was going around to look for my Magnolia flower I stumbled on those bells I so think they will be perfect to use with my wreath. Its color wasn’t something I think would work with my color palette so I decided to paint
Coffee filters Magnolia flowers will not work outside but if you going to make this Christmas rattan wreath for indoors you can replace burlap flower with this one. Check full details HERE
Quick coat of gold metalic spray paint helped me change those colors quick
As my bells were drying I decided to change its string to match a feel of what I am working on. Thought that bakers twine with bit of grey and gold and regular twine would work the best for my wreath
Idea of having jingle bells being threaded on one string awesome since you can adjust them later after installation
Some of the floral wire around my flower that is tied on the back and it is going nowhere
All what I did is gather loops in between and combine them in a big knot up top and tie in between a structure of wreath form with a tiny bit of hot glue. Perfect accent on my Christmas grapevine wreath
Absolutely love my color palette on my quick Christmas to winter grapevine wreath. You have to agree it was so easy to make this rattan winter wreath . Perfect winter wreath on the budget
Rustic elegance at its best. Winter Christmas grapevine wreath on the budget
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This wreath with some change of embellishments on the hat could work too. I love grapevine wreaths. Check details on how to make this hat HERE