When I saw the Pottery Barn Asymmetrical Faux Pine Wreath, I had to have it. However, with a $249.00 price tag I decided to DIY it. I thought I would try my hand at how to make a Christmas DIY Pottery Barn wreath at a much more affordable price.
Grab all your materials and let’s get this party started. This truly is just an easy project. Not only does it save you a ton of money, it will be a gorgeous focal point on any wall in your home.
I chose this greenery because it was the closest I could find to replicate the Pottery Barn wreath. It didn’t have pinecones, but that is ok I can pivot and add them later.
Grab your wreath and just start adding in your greenery. You want to make sure you layer and rotate each side so they are equally full.
You can see here we added in this is two layers of greenery placed on top of each other layered downward.
Once all your greenery is in place, you will want to secure with floral wire. This greenery had some weight to it with all the layers. So this is just an added barrier to ensure the branches don’t fall off.
Once all the branches have been secured, it was time to add the pinecones. If you can find branches with pinecones then you can skip this step. We chose to use a hot glue gun to glue to the pinecones to the branches.
That was it. Easy as pie right? You can choose to add in more decorations, a bow, or keep it simple.
Hope you enjoyed How to Make A Christmas DIY Pottery Barn Wreath. What an affordable way to have a department store wreath, without paying the high prices. Be sure to also check out our DIY Christmas Stamped Tea Towels.