DIY Sunflower Farmhouse Check Wreath

DIY Sunflower Farmhouse Check Wreath

This Sunflower wreath is made using supplies from Dollar Tree to create a fun fall or spring door wreath.

What you need

18 inch wreath form- Dollar Tree

2 spools of Black and White wired ribbon- Dollar Tree

Hot Glue Gun

2 bushels of orange sunflowers-Dollar Tree

2 bushels of yellow sunflowers- Dollar Tree

1 bunch of fall white fuzzy ball flowers- Dollar Tree

Wire cutters (optional)



The wired ribbon should first be secured to the back of the wreath shape with a dab of hot glue.

Then, wrap the wired ribbon around the wreath, slightly overlapping it as you go. Although I just used one spool of wired ribbon, I recommend using two spools if you want a fuller appearance.

The sunflowers were then removed from their stems, hot glue was applied to the flower’s back, and it was then pushed firmly onto the ribbon part to fix it.

After removing the fuzzy ball flowers from their stems, I put a little amount of hot glue to the tip and threaded them through the sunflower part to create the arrangement.

Sunflowers are a popular flower, often seen in gardens and parks. They are known for their bright yellow petals and distinctive face, which can often be seen in popular culture. But what does the symbolism of sunflowers mean?

The symbolism of sunflowers can vary depending on the culture and region in which they are grown. However, some of the most common ideas around sunflowers include their association with resurrection and renewal.

In some cultures, sunflowers are seen as a symbol of hope. They represent the potential for new beginnings, and remind us that despite difficult times, there is always hope for a brighter future.

Sunflowers are also associated with fertility and new life. They are often grown as a symbol of thanksgiving, or as a way of celebrating new additions to the family.

Whether you’re looking to celebrate the Season of Spring, or simply appreciate the beauty and symbolism of sunflowers, they are a great way to add a little color to your life.

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