How To Make A Magnolia Wreath With Garland

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I seriously had no idea what I was going to hang in this awkward space above my toilet. This shelf was not put in the best place so what was a girl to do? Well, as a renter, there is only so much you can do, right? Then I thought to myself, heck you have a thing for wreaths so why not throw one up on this wall right here?! That's just what I did and it couldn't have been easier to make!



When I said it was easy, I wasn't lying! The longest part of this project was positioning the leaves to spray around and that only took about 10 minutes.




I simply took two magnolia leaf vines from the ever-so-awesome people at Hedge Escape and wrapped each one to the size that I was looking for. After taping them together with floral tape, I hung it on the wall making sure that it was centered with the shelf.





Wha-lah! A bold statement in an otherwise small bathroom that jumps out at you and says "Here I am!" while still being classy.









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2 comments

  1. Hi! I'm one of the co-hosts from the Welcome Home Wednesday Link Up. I love this tutorial. I love magnolia wreaths but they're so expensive at stores. I'll be making one of these for my house soon. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. I love how simple this is and that you used it in a spot I wouldn't normally think to hang a wreath. It looks wonderful! Thank you for sharing with us at Funtastic Friday, Kate. Pinned & sharing

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