These DIY Gold Hoop Winter Wreaths were the perfect way to add a little bit of color and warmth into my kitchen. The Christmas decorations have all been put up and the house was feeling a bit empty. I like to add little touches of the season and I thought these soft colored florals and dusty bayberry added a delicate touch and weren’t too over powering. Here’s how I made them.
What you’ll need
- Gold Hoop. I used 10″ and purchased mine here on Amazon for $4.56.
- Selection of Florals I used about 5 clusters.
- Greenery Wire
- Hot Glue
Let’s get started making our Gold Hoop Winter Wreaths 💜
- Gathering up my supplies. I am making 4 total. I have a 3 panel bay window in my kitchen and one matching one to go over the kitchen sink. I’m going to make them with all the same element but vary it to keep it “organic”
- Start by breaking the springs of greenery and florals into smaller manageable pieces.
- Using greenery/floral wire I cut about 8″ pieces and wrapped it around the sprigs.
- Then you can start wrapping it onto the hoop and adding your layers.
- Once I added on the greenery and flowers I used the extra pieces and leaves to hide any exposed wire. Using the hot glue you can easily hide these small areas.
- All 4 ready winter wreaths are ready to be displayed and add a bit of color and warmth into the kitchen.