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Picture-Perfect Poinsettia DIY Wreath

Picture-Perfect Poinsettia DIY Wreath
Picture-Perfect Poinsettia DIY Wreath
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Greet friends and family members with that “Home for Christmas” feeling with this lovely Picture-Perfect Poinsettia DIY Wreath. Festive, chic, and budget-friendly, this homemade wreath is just what you need for the winter season. Learn how to make a wreath with faux poinsettia flowers that you can make in fifteen minutes for under twenty dollars. Plus, since you don’t have to fret over keeping the flowers fresh, you can keep this fabulous DIY wreath up on your door all season long. It’s been said many times and many ways; so, let this wreath help you say “Merry Christmas” in a new fashion this holiday season. 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths

Beginner

SeasonWinter

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

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Until I read the directions, i thought that these were real poinsettia's. Either way, this picture perfect poinsettia is beautiful. I have a form already and now I just have to wait until the greenery goes on sale at my favorite craft store.

My favorite craft store is currently having a sale on their artificial flowers. Great timing. I am in need of a new wreath for the door and the materials I need are on sale. What luck. Logging out and going shopping!

This is so pretty ... For another variation, I would paint on some thinned white glue that dries clear, or decopage and add some frosty type glitter for some subtle sparkle. Another option would be to add some glittery metalic sprigs, sprays or coils here and there, or even some greenery leaves, holly perhaps. Or ads in a few small ornaments and a battery light strand too! So pretty!

This is so pretty ... For another variation, I would paint on some thinned white glue that dries clear, or decopage and add some frosty type glitter for some subtle sparkle. Another option would be to add some glittery metalic sprigs, sprays or coils here and there, or even some greenery leaves, holly perhaps. Or ads in a few small ornaments and a battery light strand too! So pretty!

This is so neat! I'm going to try this when I move in to my new apartment.

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