Hello, tatertots and jello readers! I’m Chelsea from Two Twenty One, where I blog about a wonderful array of topics– DIY projects, home & holiday decor, organization, recipes, lifestyle, and more.
I love sharing beautiful, yet ridiculously easy and inexpensive projects on my blog. So I thought I’d stop by today and share a gorgeous poinsettia wreath that took around 15 minutes to make and cost around $15. Seriously, how can you beat that?
18″ grapevine wreath
2-3 bundles of silk poinsettias
hot glue gun and glue
Begin by taking your poinsettias and snipping the stems with your wire cutters so there’s about an inch and a half to two inches of stem remaining.
Insert the stem into the grapevine wreath. Continue placing all the poinsettias.
I used twelve in total.
Then, go back around and hot glue the poinsettias to secure them to the grapevine wreath.
Wait a couple minutes for the hot glue to cool, and then hang your wreath!
Now, wasn’t that easy?
Feel free to stop by Two Twenty One anytime! Happy holidays!
Thanks Chelsea! I love that wreath! And it looks so great against that white door too! Chelsea has great ideas on her blog. Here are a few I know you’ll love:
I love this cute craft for a Felt Christmas Tree to keep the little ones busy!
And you’ll love her DIY State Cork Board for showing off your state pride! It would make a great gift too!
And I love this pretty White & Silver Christmas Vignette!
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This wreath is gorgeous! You did a fabulous job!