Dried Flower Wreath Tutorial

Join us in creating a lovely floral preservation wreath

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Natural Grapevine Wreath Base- You can source these from Michaels, local craft stores, or your wholesaler. They come in all different sizes. For this wreath in particular we used a 6".

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Begin by gluing in the foliage. You will want a glue that dries clear. Be sure to place the foliage at an angle, all going in the same direction so that the wreath has a balanced, flowing look.

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Layer in your foraged materials. For this wreath we used 4 different types of foraged grasses and seed pods. Pictured is Burdock.

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You will want to place the greens and grasses in the back and work forward with the more fragile accents.
Wheat
Poppy Pods
Bunny Tail
Baptisia Pods

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Layer in your focal flowers next. We chose a blushy coral spray rose for this wreath.

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Lay your wreath down on a flat surface to ensure it has a nice balance.

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Enjoy your finished product!

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Be sure to tag us @WildBlossomsStudio we would love to see what you create!