Make a Flower Wreath with Marigolds!

Trim some of your favorite garden marigolds to create a beautiful seasonal wreath for all your guests to see.

Use pretty marigolds cut from your yard to add a pop of color to a grapevine wreath. It's incredibly easy to make and the blooms last about a week. Simply trim off old buds and replace them to have a wreath that spans the season.

Supplies

  • 18-inch grapevine wreath
  • Marigolds (we used around 40; but amount varies)
  • Scissors
  • Hot-glue gun

How To

  1. Cut the marigold heads from the stems.
  2. Hot-glue flowers to the wreath.

Marigold Tips

  • Marigold buds will last up to a week. Simply trim off the old and replace them with new buds to keep the wreath fresh throughout the season.
  • Marigolds come in a variety of yellow, orange and red shades. Use the color that best expresses the season and your home.

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