Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Multi-Mix Wreath

This beautiful wreath was created by simply tying burlap, geo mesh, ribbon, and tulle onto a wire wreath form.

Crafted by Ann.


  • 12" Wire Wreath Form
  • 1 Roll of Geo Mesh in White
  • 1 Roll of Wired-Edge Pink Ribbon
  • 1 Roll of Wired-Edge Burlap Ribbon
  • 1 Roll of Brown Tulle
  • 1 Roll of Ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Ruler

All supplies used for this project can be found at our Bonney Lake store.

1.  Cut the Geo Mesh into seven 9" W x 17" L strips. Tie the geo mesh in the areas that are shown below in the diagram.

Geo Mesh placement.

2.  Cut the wired-edge burlap into 15" L strips. Tie them to the areas that are shown below in the diagram.

Burlap placement.

3.  Cut the wired-edge ribbon into 15" L strips. Tie them  to the areas that are shown below in the diagram.

Wired-edge ribbon placement.

4.  Cut the tulle into 24" L strips. Fold the strip in half, then tie them in all the open areas of the wreath.
5.  Cut the ribbon into 15" L strips. Tie them where you see fit. 
6.  Use the scissors to give the wreath a trim if you see areas that are uneven.

To make this into an Easter-themed wreath, tie a small stuffed bunny to the wreath. Avoid gluing it so that you can remove the bunny at any time. Write "Hoppy Easter" using a chalk ink marker on a wooden chalkboard tag and tie it to the top inside of the wreath. If you cannot find a wooden tag, you can create a paper tag or use another item.

7.  Give your wreath a good fluffing and proudly display in an area of your home.

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  1. Cute wreath and very detailed instructions. Thanks

  2. Thank you for the placement diagrams!!! This seems to be my trouble spot when it comes to wreaths.

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  3. I think this is great just love it will try it thank you

  4. I think this GREAT,going to purchase supplies today and give it a whirl..thanks

  5. the diagram instructions are awesome!

  6. This is my first wreath to make and I am trying to do this one but the mesh keeps fraying when I cut it and especially after I tie it to the form. Do you have any tips to help me with this?

    1. Yes the mesh will fray. You can use cheap hairspray on the ends to help the fraying or I have seen in videos people use a spray adhesive on the wreaths after they are done to help with the fraying. The more wreaths you make, the more you will understand the mesh. Also if you use a good quality mesh (not from the dollar store) it will fray less. Good luck with your wreath!!