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How to Make a Simple DIY Evergreen Wreath

Seasonal and holiday crafts are all the rage, it’s so fun to change things up. So with each new season and holiday, we craft up a storm, with a lot of focus on the entrance to our home. It’s the first place people will see, after all, so we want to make it as appealing as possible. But, what about when there are no holiday’s on the horizon? It’s nice to have decor we can put out year-round like this simple DIY evergreen wreath!

Evergreen Wreath Tutorial

This evergreen wreath is the perfect addition to your front door! You could also hang it above the mantel, or on an indoor wall as well.


  • Twig wreath – store bought (try this one!)
  • Green silk faux leaves – assorted in green colors, shapes, and textures
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue


The first thing you want to do is choose your largest leaves and lay them on top of the wreath to get the placement right.

Tip: Face your leaves in the same direction as you move around the wreath.

Once you are happy with the placement, wrap any ends that you can amongst the twigs, but also use hot glue to secure the leaves in place.

Continue filling in the gaps, securing leaves in place with hot glue and winding any ends that you can between the twigs until your wreath is full.

Tie hemp cord around the top of your wreath for hanging, and you are all done.

You now have a beautiful wreath to hang on your door, or above your mantel year-round. You may even want to include it in your holiday or seasonal decor because it goes with everything.

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