A STEP-BY-STEP TUTORIAL TO MAKE A DIY CHRISTMAS HOOP WREATH FOR THIS HOLIDAY SEASON.
Are you looking for a simple wreath to make your front door more inviting for the holiday season?
There are so many types of wreaths – natural, artificial, minimalist, or lush and most are expensive or too elaborate to create.
Here’s one that is perfect for any beginner – it’s a simple Christmas hoop wreath.
This wreath is not big or bulky and will look amazing on your front door during the holiday season.
Follow my tutorial below so that you can create your own holiday hoop wreath.
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To help you see exactly how to make a Christmas hoop wreath, I created a video while I made my wreath. Use this video to help you make your own holiday wreath. I have also added the process, below the video, so you can find the steps with pictures!
After purchasing the materials, start by adding the bunches of Christmas floral onto the metal ring. For this design, you want to place the florals on only the bottom half of the hoop.
Take two of the bunches and place on 1/4 of the hoop using the floral wire to secure it into place.
TIP: Try to hide the wire by placing it behind the leaves.
After attaching, tie the other two bunches onto another 1/4 of the hoop.
SIDE NOTE: You want the stem ends all facing toward each other and you want them overlapping so that the ends will be covered by the floral bunches.
Now it’s time to attach the pine cones. Cut the stem and place the pine cones in the middle of the Christmas bunches where the stems come together. Then, attach using the wire.
TIP: Remember to hide the wire behind the decorations.
Shift things around until you get the look you want.
And that’s it! Now you have a completed holiday ring wreath that you made yourself!
This whole process took me 30 minutes (that was the video time before adjusting the speed). The cost for all my materials was about $20. I even used a 50% coupon on everything at my local craft store!
And that’s how to DIY a simple Christmas hoop wreath. I hope you take a chance and try this tutorial because you will love the way it makes your front door look for the holidays. Plus, you will be surprised at the number of compliments you will get!