Evergreen Wreath

by Siser |

Item # 522373698P103
Beginner 3-5 Hours


  • Iron-on vinyl, black
  • 20" brass or gold ring
  • Unfinished wood plaque
  • Roll of floral adhesive, green
  • Two flower stems, white
  • Two eucalyptus stems
  • Two long trailing greenery stems
  • Vinyl cutting machine
  • Cutting mat
  • Weeder
  • E6000 glue
  • Glue gun/glue gun sticks
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Scissors
  • Parchment paper


  1. At the base of a metal ring place the long trailing greenery first, one going each way outward. Leave about a 4" space in the middle of the bottom of the metal wreath, for where the wood plaque will go. Secure them in place with the green floral tape.
  2. Then on top, place a branch of the eucalyptus branch going each way facing outward. Wrap them to the metal ring with the green floral tape.
  3. Place a white floral stem on top, again facing outward and attach with green floral tape.
  4. On your cutting machine, size the letters to fit the center of the unfinished wood plaque. Cut them out with the iron-on vinyl.
  5. Apply the vinyl to the wood plaque using your iron and the parchment paper between the iron and the vinyl.
  6. Attach the wood plaque to the center of the floral arrangement using your hot glue gun.
  7. Once the hot glue is hardened, flip over the wreath and attach it with the E6000 glue.
  8. Let it dry overnight.

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