Wisteria Vine Wreath
I got to a point where I knew I would have to make a wisteria vine wreath. The question was, how would I make something to coordinate with the wisteria vine. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. If you click on any of the links in this post, I may get a small commission that will in no way affect the price of anything you might purchase. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
Even as I was building out my wisteria vine, with my tulip wreath on the door, I knew that was going to change! I found this narrow wooden ring at Michael’s. Here is the link if you would like to try and get one delivered to you: Michael’s Wreath Ring.
Taking a faux branch, bend it around the edge of the wooden wreath.
To give a more natural look, use paper wrapped wire to secure the branch to the wreath.
Tuck a few blooms into the space with the wire and the branch against the wood wreath.
Where to place the blooms on the wreath? I wanted to juxtapose the blooms to the lower right versus the wisteria vine on the upper left of my door. Next steps are to begin to glue additional blooms toward the ends of the branch. The stem of the branch needed to be disguised more, so I used additional stems with faux leaves gluing them all around the wreath.After adding a few more blooms, my wisteria wreath was complete and is the perfect complement to my wisteria vine. You can see how it all came together at Welcoming Wisteria!
Now that we are inching closer to summer, I have replaced my springtime wisteria wreath with this cute bee skep wreath! Check out the tutorial here.