There are few things that are as welcoming as gorgeous sunflowers on the front door of a porch! I absolutely fell in love with the realistic look of these sunflowers from Darice and knew I had to make a wreath with them. I kept the majority of the wreath pretty minimal so that it wouldn’t take away from the natural beauty of the flowers but you’re more than welcome to go a bit more complicated with the design if you’d like. You’re going to love this burlap DIY sunflower wreath throughout the whole summer!
Burlap DIY Sunflower Wreath Supplies:
- 3 Artificial Darice Sunflower Stems
- Darice 18″ Wire Wreath Form
- Artificial Darice Greenery
- Darice Burlap Ribbon
- Darice Chevron Burlap Ribbon
- Hot Glue Gun
Step 5. Trim the sunflower stems so that they can be glued flat to the wreath. You may need to add some additional glue in the open spaces between the sunflowers and wreath to make sure they’re secure on the wreath. Once the glue has hardened completely, tie the chevron ribbon in a casual bow.
For another burlap wreath idea, check out our post on how to make a burlap wreath that’s perfect for spring and summer.
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