It’s wreath-making season so here’s a Christmas Fern wreath I made with my Fern leaves and I’m so happy with how it turned out—simple and festive! You don’t have to limit your wreaths to door hangings, look how stylish it looks wrapped around the base of this candlestick:
My Fern leaves set includes 6 Fern leaves and for this wreath I used the two smallest leaves. I also cut the stems off each leaf.
For my wreath hoop I used an 8.5 inch grapevine hoop. For a hoop this size you’ll need about 35 fern leaves.
To glue my leaves onto my hoop, I used a hot glue gun. Make sure to angle each leaf so that they’re at about a 45 degree angle from your wreath hoop.
Also stagger your leaves so that some are pointing outside your hoop and others are pointing inside like this:
When you reach the end of your wreath, lift up the first few leaves already glued on, and tuck your last leaves underneath.
Then to finish off, curl up each leaf with your fingers to add some depth to your wreath.
And that’s it! For hanging you can use fishing line or nylon string.
Here’s a short video on how I put my wreath together:
I hope you enjoy making this Christmas Fern wreath! Follow me on Instagram and Pinterest @chaivdesign to see my daily posts and sneak peeks of upcoming designs. Thank you for all your support!