Make A $344 Flower Wreath For $15

I get so happy every time I  look at this flower wreath!It’s bursting with loveliness, not to mention you may save over $300 on it.

See this $344.00 peony flower wreath? OK, I do love to support artisans and makers, so if you want to buy it, totally do!!

But for those of you who love to craft and make a creative mess, you could DIY one just as gorgeous, for $15.

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AND, have loads of fun doing it (just check out the video tutorial below to see how easy it is! ), AND, make as many as you ever want to give as gifts…

All you need to make this wreath( some of the helpful resources are affiliate links. Full disclosure here. ) are 15 to 18 bunches of artificial flower bouquets depending on how full the flowers are, a dry cleaner’s hanger, and pliers to cut the flower stems.
This one mintue video will show you all the fun!

*Some resources in article are affiliate links. Full disclosure here.

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I saw these pretty peony flowers at a Dollar Tree Store, and knew they would be perfect. I did not want only peonies, so I mixed in some Daffodils and Daisies. Feel free to improvise on the color combinations and flower choices!

Step 1: how to make a wire wreath frame quickly and easily from a dry cleaner’s hanger.

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Take a hanger and bend the 2 pointed ends first, then push it down along the sides of a 5 gallon bucket, use the bucket to help forming a circular shape.

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Step 2. prepare flowers to make flower wreath

Cut the flowers off the main step, leaving a 4” to 5” long stem at the base of each flower, and the leaves on the stem too.

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Important tip: look closely at the image below to see how to shape the stem of each flower. The loop is where the flower would go onto the wire frame later, and the bend at the tip keeps the leaf from falling.

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Step 3. add flowers to wire wreath form

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Open up the hanger wire frame. String each of the flowers through those loops we made in Step 2.

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After closing the wire loop, if the hook is showing too much, just bend and twist it a little, so it’s hidden behind the flowers.

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Here is a summary of 5 helpful tips on making a flower wreath:

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  1. Mix flowers of various shapes and colors. Have fun!
  2. It is so easy to assemble the flower wreath, you can take it apart and mix different colors as the season changes.
  3. Add more flowers if the flowers slide too much on the wreath.
  4. You can also tie some fabric or burlap ribbons at intervals around the loop to keep everything more secure.
  5. If you skipped it, make sure to look closely at the image on how to shape the stem of each flower!
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Now a little gift / craft project- make your own sets flower greeting cards with these free printable cards!

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Make your own sets flower greeting cards with free printable cards!

Love flower wreaths? Here’s another Dollar Store Hack- how to turn a laundry basket into wreath makers and make your own wreaths from botanical clippings!

How to make wreath super fast with this dollar store hack! Turn a laundry basket into a wreath jig, plus tutorials on a flower wreath & a herb wreath!

If you can’t find flowers you like, try make your own! Here’s a tutorial-

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For all the flower lovers, here’s a fun tutorial on how to paint watercolor flowers in 15 minutes!

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UPDATE: I was tagged on instagram by @aliabklyn and look at what she made! Isn’t it sooo beeeauuutifuuul??

How to make a stunning $344 flower wreath for $15! The easiest and most fun way to make a beautiful wreath with surprising materials! - A Piece Of Rainbow Blog

Feel free to tag me on instagram at @apieceofrainbow , I would love to see gorgeous things you all make!

Happy creating!


  1. I loved the bright colors of your wreathe better even though I love peonies. $344 is my craft budget for a VERY LONG time! I am going to spend my Corona-virus social distancing time to do some serious crafting and DIY-ing!

  2. Thank you So much much for sharing its Stunning.
    And yes I will try this soon as other craft jobs are finished
    I will be keeping a close eye on your work thanks for your time and input.
    Lynn (UK)

  3. This is certainly a inexpensive and very creative way of making wreaths for all occasions. Thank you for the tutorial videos and the step by step instructions. I’m sure my wife will be very impressed and excited about the new creations. I will certainly keep you posted. Thanks again.

  4. So pretty! Love the heart-shaped wreath, too! But how do you make it? Of course you have to bend the coat hanger to a heart shape, but how do you fill in the center of the heart with flowers as well?

    I would be tickled to make a pair of hearth-shaped wreaths for my doors for February–please let me (and all your readers) know how!

    • hi sue, the heart shaped one isn’t a wreath, just a fun picture of flowers piled in heart shape! =) you could make a cardboard heart and glue flowers to it! =)

  5. I click, click, clicked and came upon your blog. OMGee willikers!! There are so many things I have fallen in love with and want to create thanks to your incredible ideas and spot-on tutorials ~ deciding on what comes first will be a challenge! One thing’s for sure: my house is going to get awfully dusty because all I want to do now is craft!! I’ll ask that no one writes the date in the dust LOL! Thank you so much for the jolt of inspiration I didn’t know I needed… xo

  6. This wreath is so pretty that I ran to the Dollar Tree and bought flowers and made one myself. Only problem I found, was when I tried to hang it up, all the flowers slid down the wire and bunched at the bottom. Did you glue them to the hanger before hanging it up? If so, what’s the best way to secure them? Sorry about the questions, but I’m pretty new at this crafting stuff.

  7. LOVE your wreath, esp. the price! Great hack. I couldn’t even imagine spending $344 on a wreath. My husband would probably fall over in shock – probably not best for the marriage! Visiting from Hometalk.

  8. This is so smart! Perfect for Spring!! I love the bright colours πŸ™‚ I’m asking bloggers to share their Coat Hanger projects at the Create with Me party tomorrow. I hope you’ll come by my blog, Love Create Celebrate, and share this one!

  9. Wow! I totally love this! You saved a TON of money AND you can use it year after year! You are one smart cookie!! Thanks so much for sharing this!!

  10. This wreath is just too too pretty! I love all these beautiful and bold colors! Great job and you gave wonderful step-by-step instructions too!

  11. Lovely… I love with natural flowers and herbs…
    Have a nice day or night I do not know hour
    Snow snow snow here abd cold: And it is march…

    Tenderness to you

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