Burning Passion Leaf Wreath

Assembling an Easy Patriotic Wreath with eFavormart

Memorial Day is on the way, and it’s time to decorate your home in accordance with the occasion. In our opinion, there’s no better way to honor America’s fallen heroes than to assemble a patriotic wreath. Do you still wonder how to make one? Wonder no more – get inspired from three easy Memorial Day wreaths from efavormart.com!

Twigs & Flowers Patriotic Wreath

We understand that you might not have much time for making wreaths from scratch. Luckily, in our collection of naturals, you’ll find our natural moss preserved twig wreath. Unlike traditional vine wreath form, this one can be displayed as it is. However, if you want to take it to the next level of patriotism, we strongly recommend you style it with the blossoms from our extensive selection of silk flowers. Honestly, you can use any flowers – luckily, our online store provides multiple coloration varieties per species. With that being said, if you want to make a splash with only a few blossoms, it’s highly advisable to go for lush flowers, like hydrangeas.

Supplies

Thus, in order to recreate this wreath, you’ll need:

Hydrangeas & Scissors

Twigs & Flowers Patriotic Wreath

We understand that you might not have much time for making wreaths from scratch. Luckily, in our collection of naturals, you’ll find our natural moss preserved twig wreath. Unlike traditional vine wreath form, this one can be displayed as it is. However, if you want to take it to the next level of patriotism, we strongly recommend you style it with the blossoms from our extensive selection of silk flowers. Honestly, you can use any flowers – luckily, our online store provides multiple coloration varieties per species. With that being said, if you want to make a splash with only a few blossoms, it’s highly advisable to go for lush flowers, like hydrangeas.

Supplies

Thus, in order to recreate this wreath, you’ll need:

Hydrangeas & Scissors
Hydrangea Twig Wreath

Instructions

  • Since our hydrangeas come with long stems, firstly, you should cut off the excess stems. The shorter stems are much easier to work with;
  • Once the flowers are ready, begin putting them on the wreath form. Begin with the white flowers. For this, apply a dab of glue onto a stem to secure it in between the twigs.
  • As soon as you are done with the white flowers, do the same with the blue and the red ones. To achieve a balanced look, make sure that the hydrangeas cover no more than one-third of the wreath form.
  • Like their natural counterparts, our hydrangeas come in ball-shaped clusters of individual flowers. That said, for a dreamy look, you can cut off a few individual hydrangea flowers and attach them to the opposite part of our wreath form.

Instructions

  • Since our hydrangeas come with long stems, firstly, you should cut off the excess stems. The shorter stems are much easier to work with;
  • Once the flowers are ready, begin putting them on the wreath form. Begin with the white flowers. For this, apply a dab of glue onto a stem to secure it in between the twigs.
  • As soon as you are done with the white flowers, do the same with the blue and the red ones. To achieve a balanced look, make sure that the hydrangeas cover no more than one-third of the wreath form.
  • Like their natural counterparts, our hydrangeas come in ball-shaped clusters of individual flowers. That said, for a dreamy look, you can cut off a few individual hydrangea flowers and attach them to the opposite part of our wreath form.
Hydrangea Twig Wreath

Grosgrain Ribbon Wreath

In case you are not into those blossomy wreaths, our grosgrain ribbon wreath is exactly what you need. Minimalist to the look, it will ooze American pride all around.

Supplies

In terms of materials, the foam wreath form is not obligatory – you can also use a pool noodle secured with duct tape. However, in this case, you’ll have to attach the ribbon with glue, not straight pins.

Grosgrain Ribbon Wreath

Grosgrain Ribbon Wreath

In case you are not into those blossomy wreaths, our grosgrain ribbon wreath is exactly what you need. Minimalist to the look, it will ooze American pride all around.

Supplies

In terms of materials, the foam wreath form is not obligatory – you can also use a pool noodle secured with duct tape. However, in this case, you’ll have to attach the ribbon with glue, not straight pins.

Grosgrain Ribbon Wreath
Grosgrain Ribbon Wreath

Instructions

  • Cover the entire wreath form with the white ribbon.
  • Using a straight pin, secure the ribbon into the back of the wreath.
  • Cut off four pieces of red grosgrain ribbon. The length is not crucial.
  • As shown in the picture, cover the portion of the wreath form with the piece of red grosgrain ribbon.
  • Do the same with the rest of the pieces to mimic the stripes on the American Flag.
  • Cover one-third of the wreath form with the navy ribbon.
  • Using our glue dots, glue a dozen of our star-shaped confetti to the navy ribbon section.

Instructions

  • Cover the entire wreath form with the white ribbon.
  • Using a straight pin, secure the ribbon into the back of the wreath.
  • Cut off four pieces of red grosgrain ribbon. The length is not crucial.
  • As shown in the picture, cover the portion of the wreath form with the piece of red grosgrain ribbon.
  • Do the same with the rest of the pieces to mimic the stripes on the American Flag.
  • Cover one-third of the wreath form with the navy ribbon.
  • Using our glue dots, glue a dozen of our star-shaped confetti to the navy ribbon section.
Grosgrain Ribbon Wreath

Burning Passion Leaf Wreath

Are you looking to create something you’ve never seen before? Look no further than this burning passion leaf wreath. Despite its lush look, it won’t take you long to assemble. Plus, all the materials will make it easy on your budget. Multiple satin petals will charmingly catch lights and shades in the most charming manner!

Supplies

Burning Passion Leaf Wreath

Burning Passion Leaf Wreath

Are you looking to create something you’ve never seen before? Look no further than this burning passion leaf wreath. Despite its lush look, it won’t take you long to assemble. Plus, all the materials will make it easy on your budget. Multiple satin petals will charmingly catch lights and shades in the most charming manner!

Supplies

Burning Passion Leaf Wreath
Burning Passion Leaf Wreath

Instructions

  • Since our Burning Passion leaves are sold in clusters, separate them into manageable portions;
  • Begin with attaching red leaves to the wreath form. To this end, you should glue the leaves to the form while wrapping the bendable stems around the wreath;
  • Use a couple of red leaves to cover the stems;
  • Do the same with the rest of the leaves;
  • Alternate each color all the way around the wreath;
  • In case the stems are showing, conceal them with individual leaves;
  • In the end, use pins to secure the leaves.

Instructions

  • Since our Burning Passion leaves are sold in clusters, separate them into manageable portions;
  • Begin with attaching red leaves to the wreath form. To this end, you should glue the leaves to the form while wrapping the bendable stems around the wreath;
  • Use a couple of red leaves to cover the stems;
  • Do the same with the rest of the leaves;
  • Alternate each color all the way around the wreath;
  • In case the stems are showing, conceal them with individual leaves;
  • In the end, use pins to secure the leaves.
Burning Passion Leaf Wreath

As you can see, assembling a wreath for Memorial Day is a breeze – it will take you from 10 to 30 minutes, which is not long at all! Whether you want to recreate one of these wreaths with utmost accuracy, or you are planning to rely on our instructions to create something uniquely yours, we are always happy to provide you with the needed materials and supplies. Was this blog useful to you? In case you have any questions, please ask them here, in the comments below!