Here’s another wreath to add to the tutorials on the blog – this time for a wheat type wreath. I used grasses from our yard. Last year I was considering making a wreath from these grasses that end up in the yard waste bin but thought it would be too tedious a project.
It’s not actually tedious but you do need quite a bit of material to make. Here is a look at how I made this wheat wreath following the same method at the other wreath tutorials using Eucalyptus, Boxwood, and Blue Spruce.
- Wreath Form
- Paddle Wire
- Lots of material
Collect your materials. The grasses are messy so give them a good shake before bringing them inside the house to work. Better yet, make it outside!
Here is the finished product – simple & made from materials in the yard. I like the colour combination against the grey door. Here it is against black too.
This wreath could be kept until next year or pull out the grasses, put them in the yard waste bin and make a new one next year when the grasses have grown back again.
I now sell wheat style wreaths through my website and Etsy shop . They are available for shipping within Canada. On my Instagram under highlights are more examples.
More fresh wreath tutorials can be found below:
Boxwood Wreath DIY