How to Make a Greenery Wreath

Spring is here and it's time to decorate for the season. Using greenery for a wreath looks fresh and perfect for the spring season. This simple wreath can be assembled in about 15 minutes.

Make your own greenery wreath in 15 minutes

When making a greenery wreath, you have quite a few options for the greenery. You can choose plastic, dried, or fresh greenery. There is quite a selection of plastic and dried when you visit craft stores or look online. Fresh greenery can be bought at a local florist. For this wreath, we used dried eucalyptus leaves.

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Wreath Base - Sunburst Twig Wreath*
Dried Eucalyptus leaves (Hobby Lobby)
Floral Wire*
Floral Wire Cutter * (if not included with wire)

Starburst twig wreath base and other supplies for easy greenery wreath

I included links so you can buy the supplies online if you want to. I personally like to head over to the local thrift store and look for a wreath base. Most of the time I can find one for about $1 or at most $3.


add eucalyptus leaves to twig wreath

Start by tucking the stem of the eucalyptus leaf branch into the wreath base. Use a small piece of the floral wire to secure the bundle of leaves to the wreath where the leaves begin to curve around the starburst.

Floral wire to secure eucalyptus greenery

Take a second stem and tuck it into the wreath a bit down from the first stem, so they overlap. Make sure that your leaves are positioned in the same direction. Continue to add stems and attach them around the wreath.

When you have covered the wreath base with your eucalyptus leaves it's time to see how the wreath looks. Hold the wreath up to the wall to see how the leaves flow, if there are any bare patches, or if runaway leaves need to be tamed by a bit more floral wire.  Add sprigs of more leaves as desired.

Easy tutorial to make a green wreath for your home

The hardest part of this wreath was the section on the left side toward the bottom. It was a bit unruly and had a mind of its own. With a bit of tucking here and there it settled down a bit.

Eucalyptus wreath hanging on wall as home decor

Within 15 minutes this greenery wreath was finished and ready to hang on the wall. It smelled wonderful and fresh too since it was made of dried eucalyptus leaves. This wreath will be nice all season long. and into the summer if you like.

If plain green isn't your style, you can add a bit of color by adding a few sprigs of flowers (fresh, dried, or plastic) to the wreath.

simple beautiful farmhouse style greenery wreath tutorial


  1. This turned out great, Ali! Loving the natural element the green brings :)

  2. Ali, this is so clean and neat looking. It can be used year round, and I need to get busy making one!

    1. It's a quick project to put together. I would love to see a picture if you end up making one!

  3. Your wreath turned out so pretty, Ali, but I have to admit what caught my eye was your beautiful cabinet filled with glass. Love the colors!

    1. I love the colors of the glass pieces too! Thanks for the nice comment Lydia.

  4. I love how pretty the wreath looks and it is so easy to make. I have a spot on a wall that needs something. I now know what to put there. love this project

    1. Glad you liked the wreath Eileen! You will have to let me know if you end up making one. =)

  5. So pretty! I love simple wreaths that let the greenery take centre stage.

    1. I ended up thinking the same thing Sarah. When I was first planning it, I wanted to add sprigs of flowers, but liked the green as it was.


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