I love making wreaths and I love how this five-minute winter wreath came out. I can’t wait to share how easy it is to make.
A five-minute wreath that actually looks amazing. I made this winter wreath and there is a secret. And what is that? Having the right stuff to make it with. Yep. That’s the secret to this wreath.
Do you have an extra five minutes?
You could make a cup of coffee.
Perhaps straighten the pillows on your couch.
Or, why not make a winter wreath?
This winter wreath is so fantastic and all I did was glue some thin wood flowers onto the wreath.
And it really did only take five minutes.
I had so many places where I wanted to hang it in our home. I thought it would be in the craft room for sure.
Then I decided it should go on the wall of vintage windows that hang in our family room.
But then I stepped into the kitchen to grab a pair of scissors to hang the wreath, and I knew it had to go in the kitchen.
Such a dilemma, right?
How to Make a Winter Wreath
The secret to this wreath is these Sola Wood flowers. I honestly had never heard of them and then one day they popped up on my Amazon. I couldn’t believe they were made out of wood so I knew they might make a great wreath.
More specifically, here is some pertinent information about Sola flowers.
- Sola wood flowers are natural products made from tapioca or balsa tree bark.
- They are sustainable and biodegradable products constructed to appear as flowers but they NEVER wilt!
- Sola wood flowers can be left in their natural ivory or easily dyed to the color of your preference.
- They are used in a number of ways, including crafting, weddings (bouquets, table pieces, or decor), scent diffusers, potpourri, home decor, and much more!
Materials Needed to Make this Wreath
- one willow wreath
- 25 – 40 sola flowers (depends on wreath size – I used 35 and a 14″ wreath)
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
So how do you make the wreath?
I shared these progress photos with you. But to be perfectly honest, all you need to do is glue the flowers (with a hot glue gun) randomly on the wreath.
It really takes about five minutes.
Maybe even less.
The last step is to hang it somewhere in your home.
Of course, it took me way longer to decide where to hang it than it did to make the wreath.
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The Stainless Steel Glass Rinser
I wanted to share one of my favorite gadgets we have in our home. It’s a stainless steel glass rinser.
You can see it on the left side of our sink in the photo below. It’s the best thing ever. You gently press down on the washer with an upside-down glass and it cleans it with hot water.
Trust me, when you have as many empty wine glasses after a family dinner as we do, you will really want one of these.
Or juice cups, or water bottles, or water glasses, or coffee cups.
More Winter Wreath Ideas
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A Delicate Winter Wreath // Finding Lovely
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Winter Snowflake Wreath – 3 Ways // Tatertots & Jello
Gorgeous DIY Winter Wreath for 20 Dollars // Twelve On Main
Grapevine Pinecone Wreath // Lolly Jane
DIY Olive Branch Wreath // The Happy Housie
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