How to Make a Eucalyptus Wreath
Just a short and sweet post today to share a recent fall eucalyptus wreath I made for Oriental Trading’s Fun365.com that would be perfect for your front door. You know I love making wreaths from just about any material. Well, after nearly 10 years of wreath making, this is my first time using eucalyptus! It is actually a faux silver dollar eucalyptus garland, but it looks exactly like the real thing. I love the soft natural texture it adds to the wreath. I also incorporated some cotton and other faux flowers and greenery. You could add other fall touches such as fall leaves or mini pumpkins.
This wreath is simple to make. Just attach the eucalyptus garland to a grapevine wreath form with floral wire. Add a burlap bow and some other sprigs of greenery. You can finish with a word or monogram if you like. I chose this galvanized metal “family” sign. Oriental Trading also has a metal “welcome” sign and “blessed” sign that would also work great! Keep it the natural metal color or paint it for a pop of color.
Head to Fun365.com for the full list of supplies and step-by-step fall eucalyptus wreath tutorial.
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This post was sponsored by Oriental Trading.