How to Make a Fresh Spring Wreath for Your Front Door (Tutorial)

STEP 3: Cut several six-to-eight inch segments of wire.


Attach the arranged foliage to the frame by wrapping the wire under the frame and around the foliage, bending and twisting the wire at the top. Try to get the wire as taut as possible around the foliage so that your plants stay on the frame.

Continue attaching additional foliage with the wire, securing the bundles at different locations for added security.

DESIGN TIP: In terms of repeating the same pattern around the frame:  it doesn’t need to be too matchy-matchy, but you do want to create a sense of symmetry on the parallel sides of the rectangle.

Go to Step 4.


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