How to Make a Simple Farmhouse Wood Bead Wreath

How to Make a Simple Farmhouse Wood Bead Wreath

I got this heart-shaped wire wreath form from Dollar Tree and had the idea to make a Farmhouse Wood Bead Wreath with it.

I think this is my absolute favorite DIY so far. I love how this wood bead wreath turned out and can't wait to put it on my front door.

The hardest part to this project is Step 1. Removing the wire and cutting it so you can add the beads. Once I finished that it was so simple. And the best part is I have 2 more hearts to use!

Step 1. After several attempts to cut the wire using wire cutters I decided to use my Dremel Tool to cut the smallest heart out of the wreath form. I also used it to remove the burs and to cut the heart at the top so I could put the beads on the wire.


Step 2. I tried several different combos of beads before I found the combo that worked amazingly for this wreath. I used 3 different size beads and it worked out perfectly.


Step 3. Attach hanger. I used a burlap ribbon and attached it so the wreath could be hung.

Step 4. Decorate your wreath with ribbon and florals that match your decor. I used neutral so I could keep the wreath up year round.


Dollar Tree Items Used:

  • Valentine's Day Heart Wire Wreath
  • Ribbon

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I love how this wreath turn out and the best part is it can be used year around not just for Valentine's Day!

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