Make This Easy Daisy Wreath for Summertime

This daisy wreath is so easy to make and is perfect to display on your front door all summer long! Just a couple of supplies and about twenty minutes is all it takes to put together!

These gerbera daisy bushes from Michael’s are perfect for making your own wreath!

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Start you wreath by cutting each of the stems of the daisies off of the bush.

Bend the stems near the blossoms so that the daisies will face forward when you add them to your wreath.

I originally planned on adding these to a grapevine wreath. You can add faux flowers like these to a grapevine wreath by just sliding the stems in between the grapevines, rather like weaving them into the wreath.

When I saw this at this point, I decided this wasn’t really the look I was going for. I am a firm believer in taking something apart if you don’t like how a project is looking.

I have this faux boxwood wreath that is perfect for displaying on my front door between holidays. I like to not leave the door unadorned, and this makes a good choice.

If you look between the foliage you can see the system of how the wreath is made. The plastic ‘frame’ is how I am going to weave the daisies into this wreath.

Just as I showed on the grapevine wreath, I used the stems of the daisies to attach them into the boxwood wreath.

I just continued adding the daisies until I was happy with how full the wreath looks.

This is certainly a cheery wreath to adorn my front door this summer.

Supplies for making your own daisy wreath:

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Faux boxwood wreath
Faux gerbera daisy bush
Wire cutters

More summer wreaths:

15 Summer wreaths you can make!

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