How to Make a Beautiful Christmas Flower Wreath

With a chill in the air and the snow falling outside, it’s time to decorate for the holiday season. Luckily, we have just the thing to make your home merry and bright.

This bountiful wreath uses faux pine branches and rich red artificial roses to create a classic holiday look. It’s a beautiful statement piece that can bring cheer to your mantle or front door. And since the flowers and greenery never wilt, you can easily store and reuse your wreath for Christmases yet to come. Keep reading to discover how to make this timeless holiday wreath for yourself.



What You Will Need to Make a DIY Christmas Flower Wreath

To make this wreath, you’ll need:

  • 1 prepared wreath base - approximately 23” diameter
  • Faux Pine Branches or other artificial greenery of choice
  • Large, Medium, and Small Faux Roses - (3.5" velvet rose, 3" foam rose, 1.5" foam rosebud)
  • Faux pinecones, golden balls, mini bells, or other accents
  • Wire cutters
  • Hot glue
  • Christmas Spirit

While we chose rich red roses for a classical Christmas look, you can easily customize your palette with roses from one of our 59 color options. Additionally, you can use a designer flower box from our Christmas wedding collection, which features beautiful poinsettias and other winter flowers for variety. It all depends on what look you’d like to capture for your wreath.

How to Make a DIY Christmas Flower Wreath

Step 1. Make the Greenery Base

Begin by inserting the pine branches into the wreath one by one, using hot glue to secure each cutting. Insert the branches in a circular direction until they fill the entire base.

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Step 2. Insert Flowers

Now, let’s bring color to our design with vibrant and Christmasy flowers!

Take a rose, trim the stem in half, and dab the end with hot glue. Insert your flower in one of the gaps between the greenery. Repeat the process for each of your roses, inserting them in a circular direction the same way you did the pine branches.

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Randomly alternate large, medium, and small roses to add variety and contrast to the design. If you’re using more than one type of flower, alternate your flower types as well.

Step 3. Add Details

We’re nearly done. Let’s add some finishing touches to make the wreath truly stand out.

Grab small accent pieces such as faux pine cones, golden baubles, and mini Christmas bells, then hot glue them onto your wreath at random points. Concentrate your accents near flowers that you’d like to emphasize to draw the eye. Now is your time to customize your wreath to your heart’s content, so feel free to experiment.

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Tip: Try weaving battery-powered LED lights throughout your wreath for a magical glowing effect.

All Finished!

And we’re done! Your beautiful new Christmas wreath is now ready to hang in your home and bring you joy throughout the season.

To elevate your seasonal decor even more, try pairing it with a premade design from our Christmas wedding collection, like an evergreen garland for your mantlepiece. Though they’re designed for holiday weddings, they can easily double as elegant and luxurious home decor.

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Feel free to tag @lingmoments on Instagram and show us how you transform your home for the holidays!

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