I’m still crazy about the succulent trend that has been going on for a while now but I have the worst black thumb ever so I’m leery of putting too much time or effort into them. Thank goodness Darice came to the rescue and I was able to make this super easy DIY Succulent Wreath. Perfect for anyone who wants the gorgeous look of natural succulents but without any of the stress!
Easy DIY Succulent Wreath Supplies:
Step One. Gather your supplies. I got 11 succulents to cover my 12″ grapevine wreath and it was just enough. I even took apart one of the succulents to help cover some of the bald areas. I suggest buying a few more if you want more coverage.
Step Three. Apply a liberal amount of hot glue to the back and stem of succulent and press in place. I would suggest using a high temp glue gun so that you have a little bit more time to place the succulent in the perfect place.
Step Five. Luckily, the last succulent was rather large and I was able to split it off into sections to use as filler.
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