Easy Floral Wreath


Good morning friends!

Today I am sharing a simple way to make a floral door wreath in about 15 minutes.

I started with an inexpensive foam wreath from the craft store, floral pins and some silk Hydrangeas and Peonies that I had in my stash.


Using wire cutters, I trim the stems of the faux flowers to about an inch in length, making it easy to stick them right into the foam wreath base. The spacing of your flowers just depends on the size of the style you choose. They should be close enough together to cover all of the base so that no green is showing.


Then I cut the leaves off the stems and use floral pins to attach them to the wreath, in between the flowers.


And that’s it. Easy peasy and budget friendly!





Find more great ideas for wreaths and floral and more on these Pinterest Boards y’all!

Spring & Summer

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Have a great day!


I’m sharing this with,

Curly Crafty Mom

Huckleberry Love, Dwellings-The Heart of  Your Home

Practically Functional, Up to Date Interiors

Too Much Time on my HandsJoy in Our Home

Katherine’s CornerMila’s Little ThingsCrafty Allie

Ivy and ElephantsTori Grant Designs

Sparkles of SunshineCedar Hill FarmhouseCostal Charm

The Winthrop ChroniclesCozy Little House, Home Stories A-Z


22 thoughts on “Easy Floral Wreath

  1. Hi -m so glad to see your post – I love the wreath – just need the foam,pins and I will have one very similar to yours. Thanks for posting. Betty from Ontario, Canada.

  2. Oh have you ever inspired me. I have all the flowers here, just need the pins and foam wreath. Hope mine looks as good as yours. Betty from Ontario, Canada.

  3. I really love this wreath! It is so simple and doesn’t seem like it took long to make but it looks great. I also really love the color of flowers that you picked, they are perfect for spring and summer time.
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    1. Lol! I bought those flowers years ago for an engagement party we hosted and paid a small fortune for them! Glad I could repuose them!

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