Materials needed and florals used
- Infinity Wreath
- Wire cutters
- 22-gauge floral wire
- Floral tape
- 1 dried King Protea
- 3 Magnolia stems
- 4 Pampas Grass stems
- 20 Bunny Tail stems
- Additional florals: Billy Balls, Globe Amaranth and Eucalyptus
Once your pampas grass is secured to the wreath, place your King Protea at the far end of the wreath, but let a little pampas grass lead the way. Again, using your wire and wire cutters, cut a 3″ piece of wire and wrap it tightly around the stem of the Protea and your wreath. Repeat this step with the Magnolia stems.
Stack your Bunny Tails in one hand as if making a bouquet. Make it so that it’s heavier at the top and thins out at the bottom. Take your floral tape and pull off a 3″ piece. While wrapping it around the stems of your Bunny Tails, fold and twist the floral tape to make it become adhesive. Once taped together, take the Bunny Tail bouquet and place it at the end of the floral design where your pampas grass starts. Using your wire and wire cutters, cut a 3″ piece of wire and wrap it tightly around the stems of your Bunny Tails and your wreath.
Pull off a small piece of floral tape or rope and wrap that around the wire you placed on the Bunny Tails and wreath. This will help give it a cleaner look. Continue cleaning it up by cutting away any wire that’s sticking out.
Add your final touches. For this wreath, I used Billy Balls and Globe Amaranth to add a pop of color. Take these stems and just work them through the other florals. You can use floral tape, wire or even a glue gun to secure them. Your wreath is complete! Hang it securely from your door or above your fireplace and enjoy.