DIY Hearth and Hand Inspired Wreath

I know what you're thinking, another wreath!? I guess wreaths are my jackets of Christmas, meaning I can never have too many. I decided to DIY this Magnolia Hearth and Hand Wreath because they were sold out in stores and it looked like something I could make. So here goes, let me know what you think.


Here are the things I used; Bells and faux juniper greens from the dollarstore, gold and rosegold Krylon spraypaint, wire cutters, wire and a metal hoop (I picked up from a hyde shop).

First I removed all the berries from my greens. Depending on which greens you pick-up you may not have to do this step. This was the only juniper style greenery I could find at the dollarstore.

Next, I spray painted the hoop gold and used the wire to adhere the greenery to the metal hoop.

Then I took my dollarstore bells and selected two that I thought resembled the original the best and spray painted them gold.

Finally, I attached the bells with some wire and added a small loop at the top for hanging. That's it! Super easy and very easy to recreate in different sizes.


Here is the side-by-side comparison of the original Hearth and Hand Magnolia wreath and my DIY Hearth and Hand inspired wreath. I'm pretty happy with the result.

Harlow And Thistle

Hi! I'm Andrea, I'm a Momma, a Designer and a hopeless DIY'er. I love finding ways to achieve a lux look for less.

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