A winter wreath is something that I always like to hang once all the holiday decor has been put away. Making this Winterberry Faux Fur Wreath is a great way to add some winter decor. It can be made in less than 30 minutes and is very simple to put together.
Do you ever give makeovers to your diy projects? I do it often. I made this faux wreath a couple of years ago using some pretty ribbon and jewelry beads. When I got it out of storage this year, I decided it was time for a makeover.
Supplies Used for Winterberry Faux Fur Wreath
- Metal Wreath Form
- Faux Fur Fabric
- Floral Berries, Stems, and Picks
- Silver Snowflakes
- Ball Head Pins
- Hot Glue
The faux fur is cut into strips and wrapped around a wreath form. I used hot glue on the back side of the wreath to hold the fabric in place.
After removing the ribbon and beads that were on the wreath, I added sea glass, beads from floral picks, a couple of floral stems, and some silver snow flakes to the wreath. Everything is hot glued in place. I use hot glue for projects during winter months, but for warm weather wreaths, I used E6000 glue. While winterberry is typically red, that looks a little to much like a Christmas wreath, so teal winterberry it is!
Since I love to add coastal touches to lots of my decor, I added a star fish that’s wrapped with ribbon and a white snowflake to the top center of the wreath.
I used clusters of teal ball head pins for more berry like embellishments. These are simply pinned into the fabric.
It took longer for me to decide on the placement of the items for the wreath than it did to actually put it together. After a few tries, I was pleased with how it looked and I’m enjoying this nod to winter on our front door.Make an easy winter decor wreath with faux fur and floral picks. #winterdecor #winterwreath #fauxfurwreath Click To Tweet
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Winterberry Faux Fur Wreath
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How do you decorate for winter after the holidays are over?