Hello, welcome to Farmhouse Fridays! Today I’m sharing my Magnolia wreath Are you a fan of Fixer Upper? I’m a huge fan, absolutely love the show. I’ve been wanting a Magnolia wreath that she uses in so many of her designs. I thought I’d try my hand at making one. It took me about 30 minutes and I made it for under $20. I’ll show you how I did it.
I started with an 18″ grapevine wreath from Hobby Lobby for $4.99. I purchased one strand of Magnolia leaves that were $7.50 on sale and one large white magnolia stem for around $4. You’ll need a hot glue gun and a wire cutter or heavy duty scissors as well.
I cut all the leaves off the vine and starting hot gluing them in one direction until I made my way around the whole wreath. I cut the flower and it’s leaves off the wire and made my own arrangement and glued those pieces together and then glued them to a piece of ribbon. I tied that to the wreath. This way I can switch out the floral piece for any season and can change it to all leaves if I like! Then I cut off all teh stray grapevines bit that you could see as I was going for clean, simple look but you can leave those if you like!