A few days ago I finally decided to use the driftwood that the boys and I have been collecting from the rip rap at our Island Home. I got the idea from The Wood Grain Cottage which you can find here. I absolutely love the idea of a driftwood wreath so today I am going to share with you how to make a DIY Driftwood wreath of your own.
My supply list includes:
Foam wreath form
Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Driftwood (twigs from your yard if you do not have access to driftwood)
How to Make a DIY Driftwood Wreath
First, I wrapped the foam wreath form in burlap an attached it with hot glue. This was super simple.
Once the form was completely cover with the burlap I started adding pieces of the driftwood
…and more driftwood
Until I came up with this:
Let it completely dry before hanging. This was a super easy project although a bit messy. I am thrilled with how it turned out. Thanks Shayna from The Wood Grain Cottage for this great idea.
I took the finished wreath down to the Island Home where we found all of the driftwood to begin with and added it to my kitchen. I have to say that it fits in perfectly. What do you think?
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