Just in case you still don’t have a summer wreath on your front door, I’m here today with one that’s super easy…in fact it could be the easiest wreath I’ve ever shared. There’s something about daisies that makes me smile. They have perfect colors and can slip in to any style decor. This easy DIY daisy wreath is budget-friendly and the supplies can be found at any craft or discount store.
Here’s what you need: a grapevine wreath, big bunch of daisies and wire cutters or sharp scissors.
The last step is to stick the daisy stems in the grapevine. I didn’t use any glue at all. Space the stems so the whole wreath is filled. When you are placing the stems, imagine the spokes of a wheel. Start anywhere and place the stems at an angle. Travel around the wreath until it’s full of daisies.
I took pictures of this daisy wreath on my front door but I have a feeling it won’t be there for long. It will probably end up on my daughter’s front door in the near future. Truth be told I actually made it with her in mind…so I hope she likes it.
I purchased everything for this wreath at Hobby Lobby. The wreath was $3.99 and the daisy bunch was $12.50. Flower bunches just happened to be on sale. So for well under $20 you can have a cheerful and happy wreath that will last the rest of the summer.
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If you’d like to see another DIY Daisy Wreath on a different door color, visit my friend Kim from Today’s Creative Life. She has a red door and it looks amazing!
Thank you for visiting and for your friendship…see you soon!