A Beautiful DIY Asymmetrical Christmas Wreath!
How To Make An DIY Asymmetrical Christmas Wreath!
I have got another easy repurposed project for you today! It is so elegant but quite the easy DIY… I am sharing how to make an asymmetrical Christmas wreath. This is especially great because you can use a wreath you may already have on hand. I am joining Ashley from Modern Glam, Janine from Happy Happy Nester and Leslie from My 100 Year Old Home as we show how to make some pretty wreaths for the Christmas season.
All you need is a wreath with greenery, a several evergreen stems and wire…
To start, take your first evergreen stem and push it into the side of the wreath inserting it securely… You can use wire to keep this in place.
Now take a second stem and move down the side a bit doing the same thing. Repeating the first step all over again.
Lastly, take your third stem and insert in toward the middle.
This gives your wreath some really pretty fullness and an asymmetrical shape!
I added some berries as that is something I am enjoying doing this year for my decor.
Such a simple yet pretty way to display a wreath!
I always love a good project that can look amazing but come together in less than 15 minutes.
Well I am working hard over here at home painting cabinets and fireplaces, I look forward to sharing some updates with you soon!
I hope you let me know if you get the chance to make one of these DIY asymmetrical wreaths too! In the mean time, please make sure to check out my friends beautiful wreath projects down below!
9 Festive Holiday Wreath DIY Ideas
Silver Christmas Wreath DIY // Happy Happy Nester
How To Make A Simple Foraged Wreath // Most Lovely Things
Beechnut Husk Holiday Wreath // Finding Lovely
Mini Christmas Wreath From Thrifted Sheet Music // The DIY Mommy
Holiday Wreath Hack // My Sweet Savannah
Embroidery Hoop Hanging Ornament Wreath // Tatertots & Jello
DIY Asymmetrical Christmas Wreath // Zevy Joy
Scandinavian Christmas Wreath With Paper Snowflakes // Modern Glam
A Gorgeous Winter Wreath Tutorial // Twelve On Main