DIY Lavender Wreath
Lavender season is in full bloom here in Washington so everything is all about lavender. Lavender essential oils, lavender sachets, lavender bath salts, topiary lavender, lavender bunches packed in vases, and even lavender infused cocktails!
Every year I visit our local farm and pick up a few bunches of fresh and dried lavender for our home. This year I decided to add a lavender wreath to our kitchen and I love the way it turned out! If you’d like to try and make one, it’s so easy.
DIY Lavender Wreath Supplies:
- Wire cutters
- Craft Wire
- Grapevine Wreath
- Ribbon or Tickling
*Note: If you use dried lavender, consider taking the project outside. Lavender gets everywhere when you are separating the springs and making little bouquets. If you plan to move your wreath around or store it, consider using faux lavender. You may add as little or as much lavender as you’d like!
- Separate lavender making small bouquets of 6 to 8 sprigs.
- Cut craft wire into 4 to 5 inch pieces and thread through the grapevine wreath.
- Place a lavender piece on the craft wire and wrap the wire around the lavender stems.
- Keep repeating this process until you have made your way around the grapevine wreath.
- Add a velvet or tickling bow.
If you are making the wreaths for your door, I like these wreath hangers. My wreath was attached with a command hook.
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