This DIY Magnolia Leaf Wreath Tutorial shares step by step instructions to create your own Magnolia Leaf Wreath with a Dollar Tree foam wreath form.
Seriously, I will run out of doors to hang these wreaths on before I run out of time because they are so easy.
*if you can’t find at the Dollar Tree, here is a similar option from Amazon.
brought my 3 year old to the Dollar Tree with me.
Note to self, go alone!
But the good news is that same 3 year old helped me pick the leaves, hey, he’s gotta earn his keep!OK, are you ready for this super intense tutorial?
STEPS FOR THIS DIY MAGNOLIA LEAF WREATH TUTORIAL:
Step 1: Collect your magnolia leaves.
Try to leave the stem as long as possible because that is what you use to insert the leaves into the foam.
Step 2: Insert those leaves into the foam wreath form.
Seriously. It’s that easy.
You just start sticking the leaves right into the foam. The hardest part is collecting the leaves!
Here is what it looked like after inserting one row of leaves.
Now, you may be surprised at how many of your leaves you already used! It looked like a lot when you had them stacked, but trust me. You will need more than you think!Here it is with the second row of leaves.
When cutting your leaves off the tree, as soon as you think you have enough, go ahead and cut 20 more. Because you will need them!Here it is with the third row of leaves. Running low on leaves? Go ahead, get some more…
I will wait while you go get more leaves…
You are done when it feels finished. There is no science to it. I did end up sticking a few leaves on the inside to fill it in, but only a few did the trick.
I am loving this simple wreath!
And for a fun holiday Metallic and Blue version click here for the full tutorial!
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