I was interested in getting a Magnolia wreath for over a year and hesitated due to the price. The ones I liked the most were all at least $60. I kept thinking it might be a good DIY! I finally figured it all out with a few supplies from Michaels and voilà.
Magnolia's are beautiful trees that are known for the their strength and are known to represent dignity, spirituality and peace. Sounds like a nice tree to use for a wreath, right?!
The materials are pretty basic! And everything can be purchased at Michaels! When checking out, be sure to apply a coupon - they often have a 20% off entire order coupon offered and if you haven’t used it yet, we love their Buy Online Pick-up In-store Option (check out my blog on that amazing feature).
- Magnolia Leaf Garland
- Foam wreath -I used the 16” but you could use smaller if you wanted
- Push Pins
- Scissors - no need to make a purchase but if you are in the market for some new ones I often use the Loops & Thread brand from Michaels
Total is $28 if you use the 20% coupon!
- Wrap the foam circle with the burlap and use a few pins to reinforce
- Pull off all the leaves from the Magnolia strand. This was easy to do and they just pop off!
- Pin the leaves all around the wreath.
- Magnolia Leaf Garland from Michaels
- Foam wreath from Michaels
- Push Pins from Michaels
- Burlap from Michaels
- Scissors from Michaels