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Chicken Wire DIY Spring Wreath

By: Marjolaine Walker
Chicken Wire DIY Spring Wreath

Say hello to a new season with this Chicken Wire DIY Spring Wreath. DIY decorating ideas have never looked so fresh and fun. The flexibility of chicken wire makes it easy to make all kinds of shapes, so you won't have trouble creating the shape. This is the perfect way to make a decorative wreath. Plus, the pull flowers make this craft super quick and easy. If you're looking for DIY wreath ideas that don't scream Christmas, this is the perfect project. You can hang one outside or on a wall in your home - it looks good anywhere and it's extremely durable. Guests will love looking at your homemade wreath and will want to add one to their space as well.

Primary Technique: Florals/Wreaths

Occasion/Theme: Spring

Easy

Materials List
  • MD Craft and Hobby Chicken Wire
  • MD Craft and Hobby Metal Working Gloves
  • Tin Snips
  • MD Craft and Hobby Glazier Push Points
  • Little B's Pull Flowers
  • iLoveToCreate Liquid Fusion Adhesive
  • Faber Castell Pitt Artist Big Brush Pen
Instructions
  1. With gloves on, use the tin snips to cut a piece of chicken wire about 2' long.
  2. Roll the chicken wire into a cylinder, bending the wire to keep it's shape. Form the cylinder into a wreath shape.
  3. Squeeze one end of the cylinder to fit inside the other end. Twist wires together so the wreath holds together.
  4. Make pull flowers according to package direction.
  5. Adhere flowers to the wreath with Liquid Fusion adhesive.
  6. Optional: Use Pitt Artist Pen to color glazier push points and adhere them to the wreath. You will need to apply two coats of color and dry completely between coats.

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I would never have thought of using chicken wire to make a wreath. It's a great idea. The possibilities are endless. I'm not overly fond of the red and white combo, but it would be super easy to personalize this wreath with whatever takes your fancy, and even to adapt it to any season.

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