Ok guys, now that you’ve taken down all of that holiday decor, you need something fresh and pretty to adorn your home in the new year. So, I’m sharing yet another fabulous floral tutorial from MV Florals, captured by Megan Welker. I might even like this airplant wreath better than my holiday wreath!
- Variety of Air Plants (available at most garden centers or florist shops)
- Twig wreath form (available at any craft store)
- Reindeer moss (available at garden centers or local florist)
Take your largest air plant and wedge it in between the branches of your twig wreath. You may have to spread the branches apart depending how big your air plant is. Make sure the air plant is secure by shaking the wreath after you place it.
Take your second largest air plant and place beside the first one you have secured. Follow the same steps as for the first, making sure it is secure by moving the twigs open to place the air plant in between the branches.
Take your smaller air plants and place on the upper left corner of the wreath.
Take your reindeer moss and wedge beside your air plants using the branches from the wreath to secure it.
Do the same thing to all of the air plants.
And then you’re done. This is such a simple and easy wreath, and the nicest part of this is that it doesn’t involve any mess of glue or tape. The air plants are easy to take care of and will last a long time. To find out how to care for air plants, go here.
Don’t you love this? I’ve got to make one of these myself – my poor door is all naked now. Where’s your favorite place to find air plants on the cheap?
PS – You can find more of our DIY floral features here. And don’t forget, I would love to see your creations. So if you make any of the DIYs I feature, instagram it with the hashtag #ohlovelyDIY so I can see all of your fabulous masterpieces!