When Christmas rolls around, most people like to decorate their homes with garlands. But why stick to tradition when going against the grain produces such great results? Make your own unique wreath this year and see if it won’t stop traffic. Not many people will be making a Christmas poinsettia wreath, so yours is sure to stand out. What’s more, you can personalize your wreath and make it completely different from the others out there. Stick to these instructions for the best outcome.
How to Make a Christmas Poinsettia Wreath
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Wreath Making Supplies:
Batting to wrap wreath form
Artificial poinsettias – at least 30+ depending on size
Glitter spray paint (optional)
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- Place your wreath form on a flat surface and wrap it with the batting. If you don’t have batting, use any fabric – red fabric is advisable as it reflects the season. Secure the fabric with glue.
- Attach the poinsettias using the hot glue gun, one at a time. After applying the glue, press each flower against the wreath until it’s secured.
- Position each flower next to the previous one to ensure the wreath form is not visible. Place the flowers on the middle part of the frame then move to the sides. Ensure each side is completely covered (except the back).
- Once you are done, add glitter to the flower ends using the glitter spray paint. If you are not a fan of glitter, you can skip this step.
- Tie the ribbon to one part of the wreath form and hang the wreath on your front door.
Image via: Etsy – Linnaes Whimsies – White Poinsettia Wreath
Christmas wreaths come in a myriad of styles. Some are made with greenery, others are made with artificial items, while others incorporate both. If you want something a little different this year, look to this Christmas poinsettia wreath. It will brighten up your entryway and make a lovely statement. It will also complete your outdoor lighting and décor. This wreath will make your home look so stunning you won’t want to remove it when the festive season comes to an end.
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