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Easy Metallic Door Wreath Tutorial

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Have you made your own door wreath? I’ve made a few wreaths over the years, and this easy tutorial will show you how to make your own metallic door wreath, that’s perfect for Autumn. This simple wreath is so quick and easy, and you can customise it with whatever greenery you like. Let me show you how. 

Easy Metallic Door Wreath Tutorial

Easy Metallic Door Wreath Materials

You’ll need a few basic supplies to make your metallic door wreath:

Step 1: Spray Your Wreath

Spray your wreath in your chosen metallic spray paint, making sure to do a couple of layers on each side. I found the outdoor bin lid makes the perfect background so I didn’t get paint everywhere. Always use spray paint in a well ventilated area – I always go outside. Next spray your leaves in either the same paint or a contrasting colour. Allow them all to dry thoroughly.

Step 2: Add Greenery

Poke the end of your greenery into the wreath and secure at regular intervals with floristry wire. Make sure your greenery is facing the same way.

Step 3: Add Flowers

Add some flowers, either concentrated in one space, or all around. I just poked the stems through the gaps in the wreath, but you could also secure them with floristry wire.

Step 4: Add Leaves

Add the leaves, again poking the stems through the gaps in the wreath.

Metallic Door Wreath Tutorial Step 5 - slot in leaves

Step 5: Add Baby’s Breath

Add some sprigs of gypsophila and hang up your metallic door wreath.

Easy Metallic Door Wreath Tutorial

If you like this easy Autumnal wreath tutorial, you might like the embroidery hoop wreath tutorial, click here. And for my simple embroidery hoop wreath tutorial, click here.

2 Comments

    1. Becky Pink

      13th November 2018 at 10:29 am

      Thanks Debs, it’s a nice one for autumn until we do our Christmas ones! xx

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