Wood bead wreaths are so simple and easy to make, and you will love how they turn out!
20 – 2.5” Half-Wood beads (I found mine on Etsy – link here)
1 – 16” Wood Wreath Form
Hot Glue Gun and Glue (for flowers)
Wood Glue (Elmers Probond Advance will hold through outdoor heat.)
Glue 20 beads to the wreath form, and leave a gap for the flowers. The Probond Advance takes a little longer to dry but the hold is SOLID! I even accidentally hung my wreath on a weak command hook, and came home to find the wreath form had broken. I used the profound to glue it back together, and it has held up beautifully!
Layer artificial leaves then flowers using hot glue gun.
Optional: add felt furniture protectors to the back so it won’t scratch the door.
Another option is to purchase a premade wood bead wreath from Hobby Lobby and glue flowers to the front!
Be generous with the hot glue, I used a ton all over the back to make sure they hold!