1 large “stick” wreath
1 medium straw wreath ( you will cover this with moss later so it doesn’t have to be a pretty one)
2 small wrapped stick wreaths
1 roll of ribbon (any color)
1 curtain rod (the size depends on how large the space is that you need to fill. I bought one that extends up to 84″)
1 bag of moss
1 hot glue gun (and glue sticks)
First I took the straw wreath and hot glued moss to the front and sides of it (this part is very messy so you may want to put it on top of a garbage bag or large piece of cardboard or something). Then, I placed the moss wreath on top of the large stick wreath and hot glued the areas that were touching. It’s okay if it seems like they wouldn’t stay attached to each other.. that’s what the ribbon is for! 🙂
Next I decided how far down from the curtain rod I wanted my wreaths to hang (my husband came in handy for this.. he held the curtain rod while I measured out the ribbon for each wreath). For the 2 small stick wreaths, I hot glued the end pieces of the ribbon together in the back of the wreath so there isn’t a visible “seam”. Then for the large wreath, I tied the ribbon together in the front and hot glued the back of the bow to the front of the moss wreath. Since we have a ceiling fan in our family room at about the same height as my wreath decor would be hanging, I also went ahead and hot glued the back of the bow loops and the back of the bow tails to the moss wreath so they wouldn’t fly all over when we turn the fan on.
My husband did the rest by hanging the curtain rod and putting the wreaths in place for me! Voila!
You can also change the wreaths out for each season if you want to since they are just simply hanging on the curtain rod!