Make This Copycat Magnolia Wreath for Much Less
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Are you loving simple faux greenery wreaths?
I love to add interest and style to my home decor using some faux greenery elements, as it’s a popular trend right now. I love that you can enjoy them year round and that they don’t require really any maintenance. One of my absolute favorites is this Signature Magnolia Wreath via Magnolia.com. It’s such a gorgeous statement piece for the front door or anywhere in the home.
Magnolia is a tad on the pricey side, though!
With a $108 price tag, it’s a little out of my budget. A friend and co-worker of mine (who may be Collin’s sister, Bryn ) owns the actual Signature Magnolia wreath, pictured above on her front door. My goal: to get a similar look for under $30.
Try making your own DIY magnolia wreath!
After a trip to Michaels and a couple hours of my time, I came away with a Fixer Upper inspired faux Magnolia wreath that I’m proud to display in my home! It was pretty straightforward to do and basically consisted of placing each leaf inside a foam wreath form (which was a tad time consuming, I admit).
Here’s the method I used:
Hip Tip: Because the faux magnolias I found were on sale for $4.95 per bundle, I bought those, the wreath form, and floral tape for less than $28 including tax. Plus, you can use a Michaels coupon to save even more!
Just in case you’re curious about the exact supplies that were used for my wreath, I started this project by picking up some faux magnolia leaves (I bought 2 of these bundles in-store at Michaels), a 14-inch wreath form, and floral tape.
DIY Magnolia WreathPrint
- faux magnolia leaves
- 14-inch wreath form
- floral tape
- hot glue sticks and glue gun
Here it is, all finished! What do you think?!
Right now, I’m enjoying the wreath in my entryway, and I love it. Because I took the time to tape down each row of leaves, my wreath feels sturdy, and I’ll be able to enjoy it for years to come! It was a fun and satisfying project and worth the effort!