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Learn how to create a simple yet charming DIY Twig wreath with our step-by-step instructions. The best part is that it can be made using free twigs collected from your yard.
With its straightforward construction process, this wreath is a quick and easy addition to your decor that will add a touch of natural beauty to any space.
Twig wreaths are versatile and can be customized to suit your personal style and taste. Whether you prefer a rustic, woodland look or something more refined and elegant, a twig wreath can be adapted to match your decor. Plus, making your own wreath is a cost-effective way to decorate your home, as you can use materials that are readily available in nature or even recycle items from around your home.
Things you will need to make a Twig Wreath
- Thin twigs
- Cardboard sheet
- Cutter and cutting mat
- Hot glue gun
- Red lace to make a bow
- Glitter Balls
Thanks to my daughter’s habit of collecting twigs and pinecones during the fall, we always have an abundant supply of these natural materials at home. Inspired by their beauty, I decided to utilize them to create some unique and charming decorations for this upcoming Christmas season.
How to DIY a Twig wreath?
Making this DIY twig wreath is a breeze and requires no special skills. However, I have included a few helpful tips and pictures to guide you through the process.
To begin, gather around 80 thin twigs and break them into small pieces measuring between 4 and 7cm.
Next, create a base ring out of cardboard by marking and cutting circles. Our ring measures approximately 20cm.
Using a hot glue gun, attach the twigs to the cardboard ring one by one, ensuring that the distance between them is uniform. This step should take no longer than 10 minutes.
Interestingly, my 3-year-old daughter also helped with the project. Although we typically don’t allow her to use the hot glue gun, I carefully taught her to add twigs to the base.
Here are some progress photos. Make sure that the distance between the twigs is uniform.
It will take a maximum of 10 mins to complete it.
To complete the wreath, add some finishing touches such as a red bow and glittery balls. We loved how our DIY twig wreath turned out, and we’re planning to make a Twig Christmas tree as well. Decors made of twigs are not only beautiful but also bring a natural vibe to any space.
Do you know someone who would enjoy making this twig wreath? Share this DIY project with them!
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