This easy peace sign wreath will add a natural, boho feel to your fall home decor. I choose to lean my peace sign wreath up against my hearth, but you could make a smaller fall wreath for your front door.
- 36″ grapevine wreath
- floral wire
- fall garland of your choice
You can find all my craft supplies here.
I chose an oversized wreath form for this to give the final fall project an extra whimsical feel. I recommend using a grapevine wreath to achieve the natural fall look. The garland I chose has a mixture of dried corn husks, leaves, and pinecones.
How To Make a Boho Peace Sign Fall Wreath
Here’s how you will make your boho peace sign wreath. It’s a little bit of a tedious process but has very few steps.
- Gather your supplies and clear a flat workspace for yourself. You’ll need some room to work with such a large wreath.
- Unravel some of your floral wire and straignten it as much as you can. Don’t cut it from the spool.
- Measure how much of your garland you’ll need to make the different arms of your peace sign. I was able to create mine with a single garland.
- One you have measures, cut your garland into the seperate pieces.
- Start with the largest middle section. Snip one end of the string from your garland, and run the floral wire through the holes where the string originally strung the garland.
- Once you have restrung you sectoion, give an extra two feet of wire on each side. You’ll use this to attach it to the wreath form.
- Prop your wreath up and attach the first section by wrapping the floral wire around the wreath, then securing the wore by intertwining it around itself.
- Repeat the rrestringing process with the second and last section.
- find the middle of your garland section and place it behind the section that’s already attached to your wreath.
- Twist the section around the middle sectoin, moving the pieces of your garland out of the way so that only your strings are wrapping.
- Attach the end the same way you did the first, by wrapping the wire around the wreath form.
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