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Twig Wreath

Twig Wreath
I love using wood to decorate with. I gathered a whole bunch of twigs from outside the house, my neighbors probably thought I was nuts, but now I have a twig wreath!

Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Colored Paper

1. Cut out a circle from your cardboard. Determine how big you want the wreath and cut the circle accordingly.

Twig Wreath
2. Using the hot glue gun, glue the twigs all around the cardboard, with the brown side face up. Go back and fill in the gaps if needed.

Twig Wreath
3. Make your paper flowers. I cut out 3 large circles and 3 medium circles, just using glasses I had. And make 3 small paper balls. Here’s what you would need for 1 flower.

Easy Paper Flowers
Easy Paper Flowers
4. Crumple the paper and get a placement you like, then glue.

Easy Paper Flowers
5. Glue the flowers to the wreath.

Twig Wreath
6. Use the twine to make a loop around the wreath so you can hang it.

Twig Wreath
Very easy!

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  1. Your wreath turned out so pretty!! I love using simple elements to make something fabulous, great job :)

    xo, Tanya

  2. Beth, such a pretty and natural wreath – love it!! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week!

  3. I love the color you chose for the flowers! Very cute Beth!

    (¸¤ Lanaya | xoxo

  4. Your wreath looks great and I love that it is practically free.

  5. too pretty Beth! you did a great job with it & those blue flowers are super cute too ! :-)

  6. What a great idea! Love how this wreath turned out. Thank you for posting this!

  7. So cute!!! I love it!

  8. Super cute wreath! I don’t think I’ve seen a twig wreath before, but I think it’s a cool idea!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday Link Party

  9. I love it! This is absolutely stunning

  10. What a pretty wreath! I love the addition of the paper flowers. We have enough twigs in our yard to make about 100 of these wreaths and my neighbors would probably be cheering if we were out collecting them…lol!
    Thanks so much for linking up at the Real Family Fun link party! Hope to see you next week.

  11. this is so pretty! I really love when people use sticks/twigs in wreaths- and love the flower color too!
    stopping from shine on fridays

  12. Love this idea! I have done a wreath very similar to this in my home but I like your version too! ONe day I will post a tutorial of mine as well. I’m pinning this! Thanks for sharing!

  13. This is super cute! I am pinning it to my Fabulous Front Doors board! Thanks for the inspiration!

  14. This is really cute! I love that it is simple and very creative:)You could even change the flower colors every season!

  15. This twig wreath is so adorable! Very creative! Love the blue flowers! Just wanted to say thanks so much for the follow back on bloglovin’; appreciate it! Have an awesome Friday and a wonderful weekend :o)

  16. whoa, i love this! it’s so coastal looking. i’ve never seen this, which is a real feat in blogland, lol.

  17. Oh my, I LOVE this idea! I love that it didn’t cost anything for you to make it, can’t go wrong with that :)
    Thanks for linking up to our Crafty Thursday Obsessions linky party, hope to see you back next week!

  18. The blue flowers really pop with the brown twigs! So pretty :) Michelle

  19. I love this wreath! So organic looking! And the pop of blue is just lovely!
    Selene @ Restoration Beauty

  20. Love your twig wreath! Love how all the colors variate in the twigs and the order and dis-order of the twigs all at the same time. The flowers are so pretty too!

  21. How wonderful to make a wreath that costs almost nothing and looks like a million dollars. probably one of my favorite wreaths I’ve seen online this year…! For sure… Keep ’em coming, my friend! Happy mothers day!!..… :)

    hugs xx
    Crystelle Boutique

  22. Cute twig wreath, I was surprised it was cardboard in the back!

  23. This is really pretty! I love to find new wreath ideas.

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  25. I just adore this idea! Pinning and FB sharing!

    :) Linda

  26. Great idea….. going to do one . Maybe even today! thank you

  27. This would be cute with autumn accents, or painted gold or silver… and a little glitter for Christmas time.. or black w/black glitter for halloween, or…. lots of ideas!

  28. This is awesome. Did you use card stock for the flowers or regular light weight paper?

  29. I always love checking out what you have to share at Crafty Thursday Obsessions. Thank you so much for joining us every week. This week we will be featuring this. Hope you stop by again!


  30. This looks so cute Beth but Foodie Friends Friday is only for food recipes. Thanks for sharing.

  31. Love the wreath! I’ve been wanting to do a twig wreath for a while, thanks for the tutorial! Found you through TT&J this morning! :)

  32. I love this, Who would have thought something so awesome from found items! :-)

  33. Oh my cuteness! I love this twig wreath! Thanks for linking up to Monday Funday!

    • Thanks Jamie, that means a lot to me because you are way cool and your blog inspires me!

  34. What a fun, cute, simple, and unique wreath… I absolutely love it! I think I might really have to copy you… hope you don’t mind:) Glad to find your blog!

  35. Love how easy to make this wreath..As we are living at the beach, I will try to make it with driftwoods..Maybe I will join your next link party with this project :))

  36. I love so much your wreath! Great idea and great tutorial! Have a nice day
    Hugs from Italy

  37. easy and adorable! Thank you for sharing at Give Me The Goods!
    Dimples & Pig Tales

  38. I love this and that I don’t even need to make a run to the store to make it! I’m sending the kids out today to collect me some twigs. ;) Thank you for sharing at our Pinteresting Party!

  39. very cute! love the rustic/natural look of it! might be a great project for our deck door!

  40. Your wreath turned out great. I love the use of the twigs. Such pretty flowers you added as well. Great job!

  41. This is so adorable! I thought I already left a comment but I don’t see any comments.

    • Thanks Diana, I am having problems with my comments.. they won’t show up. Trying to solve it!

  42. with yard clean up scheduled for the weekend, I am going to save my twigs to make one for my house! Thanks for sharing!

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  44. Hi Beth! I wanted to come by and let you know that I’ve featured you at this week’s Pinteresting Party! Have a great weekend!

  45. Your wreath is adorable! Love it. Thank you for coming to share at Super Saturday Show & Tell last week.. stop on by and share again today! http://www.whatscookingwithruthie.com I hope you have wonderful weekend! xoxo~ Ruthie

  46. This is so cute:)I love it!

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  50. Great wreath and my yard is full of twigs! Visiting from your visit to my FB page.

  51. Love this!! I’ve been searching forever to find a wreath I can make to adorn our front door in the spring and summer season. Can’t wait to start collecting some sticks!

  52. This is one of the first wreaths I’ve seen that I’ve liked, and it looks easy to make! I’m a nanny, too, while my husband is in school. Fun times! :) Thanks for sharing!

  53. Fantastic! I have done it but instead of putting 3 paper flower I painted 3 stones in gold. Grat style.


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  55. Really cute wreath. Looks like you glued the sticks together as you went around. I didn’t see a tutorial if there was one. the flowers are adorable. That I can do. Happy summer

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