How to Make a Bohemian Triangle Wreath
Forage materials from your yard to make this easy and inexpensive all-natural wreath.
Sometimes a walk through your yard can inspire a home accessory. I'm a fan of wreaths, especially homemade ones. Instead of the traditional round wreath, I decided to switch it up a bit. This easy triangle wreath takes less than 15 minutes to craft and will look good anywhere in your home.
- (3) branches, at least 1/2" diameter and 10"-12" long
- waxed cotton string
- evergreen leaves and/or faux flowers
- paddle wire
Form a triangle with three 10" to 12" cut branches.
Wrap wax twine around each of the intersections. I started by wrapping the twine around two intersecting branches and tying an overhand knot. Then I wrapped the branches several times using a figure-eight movement, then tied it off with a double overhand knot.
Cut several pieces of greenery and/or flowers. Make a bundle and secure the bundle at the bottom of the wreath using paddle wire.
Attach the bundle onto your triangle wreath. Get creative with this part. I wanted a rustic modern, minimal look, so I tied a single bundle in one corner. Feel free to add greenery all the way up one side or all around.
This wreath is fully customizable. Hang your wreath year-round, indoors or out.