Loveable Floral Wreath


Loveable Floral Wreath

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Loveable Floral Wreath
Loveable Floral Wreath

If you're celebrating Valentine's Day or decorating for a wedding, then this Loveable Floral Wreath is exactly what you need. It's elegant, beautiful, and very easy to make. There are a lot of craft ideas for Valentine’s Day, but this DIY wreath is just too gorgeous to pass up. The pattern uses real flowers, but you could make the homemade wreath last longer by using faux flowers. Show how much you love love with some Valentine’s Day craft ideas. It will look beautiful hanging on your front door or in your home.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths


HolidayValentine's Day




Have you ever wondered...

What do flowers mean? We give our loved ones flowers to express affection, offer condolences, and as gifts. But most of us just go to the florist or the grocery store and pick out whatever we think is prettiest or what costs the least. What if we actually took the time to choose flowers based on their symbolism?

On Valentine's Day, most people give their sweethearts red roses to symbolize true love. Let's mix it up this year and give different flowers that will still express your affection, but in a more creative way.

For your significant other, you can give globe aramanth which means "immortal love." Ambrosia, or ragweed as it is commonly known, may not sound like the most romantic flower, but it means that love is reciprocated. But, if your girlfriend asks, it's called "ambrosia" - not "ragweed." Aster is a beautiful purple flower and also a symbol of love and trust. Of course, let's not forget the gorgeous blue Forget-Me-Nots of true love.

For a family member, such as a sibling or your mother, you can give white lilacs to symbolize the youthful innocence and memories you used to share together. 

Give your closest friends a pear blossom to symbolize lasting friendship and arborvitae for everlasting friendship. 

If you want your floral wreath to be welcoming to your guests, make it with mayflowers and wisteria.

It seems that every flower has a meaning of some kind. You could give a bouquet of all the flowers that symbolize love and affection. You can create wreaths of flowers that symbolize prosperity and happiness for your home. When you give someone a bouquet, think about what you are saying with the language of flowers.


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I had no idea flowers had so many meanings! I've just been blindly giving everyone roses or whatever I think is prettiest in the moment. I love the idea of a meaning behind the gift. I'm going to give special flowers to all of my friends and family this year. Such a great idea.


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