DIY Straw Flower Wreath

DIY Straw Flower Wreath

Found yourself with some free time and wanting to bring botanical bliss back into your life? We got you. Dried straw flower wreathes are super fun and easy to make. 

STEP 1: Assess and Arrange - look at all your dried flowers and loosely arrange them around your wreath. You can do mixed colors, sort them in a gradient from yellow to pink to maroon, or just do one color - whatever your artistic genius is feeling.

STEP 2: Plug in the glue gun or grab your favorite craft glue (straw flowers don't weigh much so many types of adhesives will work) and start attaching the flowers, moving around the circle as you go. 

STEP 3: Remember when we said it was easy? We weren't kidding - you're done. Now just let it dry and then hang that beauty somewhere in your home that makes you smile - that simple!

"But I want something more!" - If you're needing a wreath with a little more pizzazz but you're swamped in keeping the rest of the family sane while social distancing, we can help. E-mail us or DM us on Instagram, and we'll be more than happy to make the perfect wreath for your home.

 straw flower dried wreath yellow orange pink red maroon

straw flower dried wreath yellow orange pink red maroon

straw flower dried wreath yellow orange pink red maroon eucalyptus green grey gray


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3 comments
  • We just glue them directly on to the dried wood wreath form, but feel free to experiment. Sometimes we’ll use metal hoops or even weave our own wreaths from willow branches.

    WildFlora on
  • What do you use as a base on which to glue the flowers?

    Susan on
  • What do you use as a base on which to glue the flowers?

    Susan on

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