17+ Ways to Make a Driftwood Wreath
If you have collected plenty of driftwoods from your beach vacation this summer, then go creative and make a host of crafts from it like a clock, mirror or even a cute and adorable wreath for your living room. The DIYs below would help your wreath making process to be a smooth and enjoyable one.
The shells sitting on the cute wreath give it a beach-like fervor.
Randomly arrange small and large driftwoods for a unique look.
Paint some of the driftwoods in this layered wreath in green, and add a Christmas holly on top to give it a festive look.
You can add real or faux season flowers in accordance to the time you are making the wreath.
Paint the tips of the longer driftwoods in orange and yellow for a startling effect.
Paint the entire wood or some parts of it in patches of red for a gorgeous appeal.
The red, white and blue streaks of the driftwood make it look ideal for the American Independence Day.
You can make a driftwood base for the wreath, cut some of the woods in the shape of an antler and finally add pinecones, shells as well as other decorations for a festive appeal.
Follow the instructions in the given tutorial, with the grapevine and twigs being replaced by the driftwoods. Lights or decorative garlands may be used to brighten up the wreath in the festive season.
You can add a red and green ribbon instead of the lace one while decorating it for Christmas.
Following the same method, you can also make a wreath solely of starfish as shown here. A unique way would be to paint the tips of the driftwood in blue and then glue starfish to it.
You can paint the star in green and red too for retaining the Christmas spirit.
You can glue a big paper star to one side of the wreath.
Another interesting idea would be to glue amazing sea glasses alongside seashells for an enticing look.
A big burlap bow would add to its rusticity further.
After arranging the driftwood in a round way, you can add seasonal flowers and a bow to it as shown below.
While planning to design your home for summer, gluing succulents on the wreath would be a great decoration idea.
The twine circling it adds to its magnificence.
Arranging the sea shells and starfish randomly adds to its grandeur.
You can add a red bow or a big flower to the side for a unique look.
A red star on the wreath would add to its beauty.
Driftwoods with their fresh, rustic appeal serve as an ideal décor choice for all seasons and occasions. Get into a fun-filled experience by designing classy wreaths to give your home a charming look.
Published on August 22nd 2017 by Miranda Gibbs