I love the look of a simple, minimalist wreath. Learn how to create this modern trio of wire hoops to make a succulent hoop wreath.
Succulents are perfect for a wreath like this because they are already kind of minimalist on their own. These faux succulents are easy to work with and look great hanging over a couch or on a door.
Supplies for making a succulent hoop wreath
Build the Wire Wreath
Lay wire rings down on a table and overlap them. Cut two-inch pieces of pipe cleaner and twist around the rings to hold them in place.
Remove succulents from their stems and replace with three inches of pipe cleaner. Poke into the base of the succulent with hot glue.
Decorate wreath with succulents
Add succulents by wrapping the pipe cleaner stems around the wire wreath. Secure with hot glue. Start with some tall succulents to stick out at the edges.
Then add larger succulents.
Continue around the center part of the ring arrangement until all gaps and pipe cleaners are covered.
To hang the wire wreath, use invisible thread or decorative ribbon. Loop it onto the wire ring and then hang from a nail or picture hanger on the wall. You can also attach a hook to the wall and hang the wreath right behind the succulents so the hook stays hidden.
Walmart has a great selection of realistic faux succulents in a rainbow of colors and they look amazing as décor for weddings or baby showers too!
You can really customize these metal hoop wreaths by choosing the shapes and colors of succulents you like the best. Where will you hang your succulent wreath?