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Make a Beautiful Spring Peony Wreath in Under an Hour

Introducing the Spring Peony Wreath, a delightful and enchanting floral arrangement that captures the essence of the blooming season. This exquisite wreath is meticulously handcrafted, showcasing a vibrant array of peony blossoms in various shades of pink, white, and blush. Each delicate petal is carefully arranged to create a stunning visual display that is sure to captivate anyone who lays eyes on it. This wreath is not only visually appealing but also evokes a sense of joy and happiness. The vibrant colors and intricate design make it a perfect addition to any home decor, bringing a burst of life and freshness to any room. Whether you're looking to add a touch of springtime charm to your own home or searching for a thoughtful gift for a loved one, the Spring Peony Wreath is a timeless piece that will bring beauty and cheer for years to come.

Spring Peony Wreath Supplies

  • 18-inch Grapevine Wreath
  • 2 - Pink Peony Bushes
  • 1 - Mini Peony Stem
  • 1 - Gypsophilia Leaf Stem
  • Wire Cutters or Heavy Duty Scissors

For this project, I re-used an old grapevine wreath and purchased the flowers at Michaels. They were having a 40% off sale on all florals which made this wreath very affordable. Don't forget that Michaels and Hobby Lobby both have 40% off coupons all the time so you could make this work any time of year.

You could also save money by making a smaller wreath that would require fewer flowers and/or re-using a wreath base or supplement florals that you may already have in your craft stash.

How to Make a Spring Peony Wreath

Cut the blooms leaving about 3 inches of the stem with wire cutters or heavy duty scissors.

I used two bushes for this 18-inch wreath. Bushes are what the craft store refers to as a group of stems with several flowers attached. Each came with 8 flowers though one had a bud in place of a flower.

2. Start by placing four of the peony flowers evenly around the wreath, using the wire stem to fit in between the grapevines.

Note: Use a tight grapevine wreath, then you will have no need for glue, and you can reuse the flowers and the wreath in the future

3. Next, place four more peony blossoms in between the first four flowers. Vary up the positions by placing them at different angles, with some facing inward and a few facing out.

4. Then place the remaining blooms in between to fill in the wreath. Since I was short one flower I placed the bud at the bottom. Then I added the buds from the dried artificial peony stem in with the bud to create a cluster. You could do this at the top instead but I like to add a little extra at the bottom.

You could stop there, but I wanted to add a little green into the mix to give the wreath an airy cottagey feeling.

5. Hang the wreath on a door to make it easier to see the final look. Cut up the greenery and place it evenly around the wreath. Use the Gypsophila stem and some of the leaves from the other peonies as you wish.

The great thing about using a grapevine wreath and artificial flowers is you can easily tweak and move them around without worrying about damage.


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