Magnolia wreaths are not only popular but classic and beautiful. They are also a staple on Fixer Upper and Joanna Gaines loves them so we know they are perfect for your home decor. But, why spend up to $95 for a magnolia wreath when you can quickly and easily make one for yourself for less than $20?
HERE’S WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO GET STARTED:
- 30 to 40 Magnolia Leaves (we asked around on Facebook and found several friends with trees with plenty of leaves to spare)
- Hot Glue Gun and 1 long glue stick
- Grapevine Wreath (we got ours at Joann’s)
First you will plug up your hot glue gun and let it get warm. Then you will apply glue to the end of one of the leaves and insert it into the wreath.
Continue placing leaves in the same direction until you have filled your wreath to your liking.
Once you have filled your wreath with the magnolia leaves, go back through and apply more glue to any that may seem loose.
That’s it! It’s really that simple. Now you have a Magnolia Leaf Wreath that you can use year – round for your home, office or even your shed.
Enjoy this project? Check out our DIY Crate Planter!
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