How To Make A DIY Faux Succulent Wreath

How To Make A DIY Faux Succulent Wreath

This craft tutorial shows you how to make a succulent wreath using plastic of faux succulents plants from the Dollar Store or Dollar Tree.

What you need

Grapevine wreath (mine was 18 inches and I got it with a coupon from Joann)

Hot Glue Gun/ Glue Sticks

Moss from Dollar Tree (I used the reindeer moss as it is easier to work with)

I used 13 succulents from Dollar Tree (most had a clip on the backside of them)



Succulents have become increasingly popular in recent years as a low maintenance and visually appealing addition to any home or office. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, making them versatile in both indoor and outdoor settings. However, not everyone has a green thumb, or the time and resources to care for real succulents. This is where our DIY Faux Succulent Wreath comes in. Using plastic or faux succulents from the Dollar Store or Dollar Tree, this tutorial will show you how to create a beautiful and realistic succulent wreath that will last for years to come.

This tutorial is perfect for those who are looking to add a touch of greenery to their home without the hassle of upkeep. It’s also great for those who want to add a touch of natural beauty to their home but lack outdoor space. The wreath is perfect for any room, and can be hung on a door or wall. The wreath is easy to make, and can be customized to fit any style or taste. All you need is a grapevine wreath, hot glue gun, moss, and succulents.

The tutorial is easy to follow and requires minimal crafting experience. Start by attaching moss to the grapevine wreath using hot glue. Then add the succulents, spacing them out evenly. The tutorial includes a video and step-by-step instructions, so you can easily follow along and create your own beautiful succulent wreath in no time.

This DIY Faux Succulent Wreath tutorial is a great way to bring a touch of nature into your home without the added hassle of real plants. Not only is it easy to make, but it is also affordable and customizable to suit your personal style. So, why not give it a try and add a touch of green to your home today!

Apply a dab of hot glue to the base of each succulent. (You may either leave the clips on and clip it to the grapevine wreath’s branches, or rip them off and apply hot glue for a more firm hold like I did.)


Move the branches so that the part of the succulent to which you applied the hot glue adheres to the bottom or sides of the branches.

Repeat with the remainder of the succulents; I just placed them at random based on the colours I had on hand.

Then, using hot glue, stick the grapevine branches to the moss.
I also used the moss to fill in some of the areas between the succulents.


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