Making this easy farmhouse bead wreath is so simple and it makes for such perfect Christmas decor, it’s a no-brainer to add to your farmhouse Christmas tree!
Easy Farmhouse Bead Wreath
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love Christmas farmhouse decor. It’s just so fun and so very cozy. I keep coming back to it year after year. And I keep adding new homemade farmhouse decor crafts to the mix–it’s just so fun.
Take this farmhouse wreath, for example. It’s ridiculously easy, but the charming farmhouse style it adds to a Christmas tree or a gift is just perfect for everything. Heck, I even have a friend who saw the one I made and she told me (like blurted out immediately) how she needed the directions because she wanted to put them on wine bottles for holiday party host gifts.
I just love this easy farmhouse Christmas wreath made from wood beads. If you’re ready to make this easy DIY that’s perfect farmhouse home decor for Christmas, well, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make this farmhouse wreath
- We used this set of wooden beads to make our farmhouse wreath ornaments. But you can go bigger or smaller. Your choice. I think smaller ones would look super cute on presents, while a bigger one would be an insanely cool door wreath.
- This winter wreath is super versatile. To make a modern farmhouse wreath, you could paint it silver or navy, to go more traditional simple farmhouse, you could go with natural or stain the wood beads dark brown. Any way you choose to celebrate the season, you can get one step closer to transform your home into a winter farmhouse wonderland.
- There’s a couple of ways to get an even coat of paint on the wood beads. You can either slide them onto a wood skewer and use a paintbrush, or you can pop the beads into an empty water bottle with a little paint and shake.
- You can use the extra wire from the twisted end to make a hanger, or you can tie on a piece of twine for a little more rustic charm.
How Do I Make this easy farmhouse bead wreath?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- 14-18mm wood unfinished beads
- Jewelry wire (we got this set and then used green, red, silver, and gold)
- Light green craft paint (optional)
- ¼-inch wide Buffalo check ribbon
- Wooden skewer
- Wire cutters
- Paint brush
- In order to paint the beads, slide them onto the skewer so you can paint all the way around them. Alternatively, you can place some paint in an empty water bottle and drop the beads inside, then shake it. However you decide to do it, coat each bead with a coat of paint and allow them to dry completely, applying a second coat, as desired.
- String painted beads onto a 10” length of jewelry wire.
- Take the two ends of the wire in your hand and twist them together tightly with the wire cutters, being careful not to cut them. You want the wire to be very tight so that the beads do not slide around.
- Tie two lengths of ribbon into a bow around the remaining loose wire ends, then trim excess off.
- Bend the extra wire on the end into a loop for a hanger.
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More Farmhouse Christmas Ideas You Might Like
- Farmhouse Gnome – This is far and above one of my most favorite gnomes I’ve ever made (and I’ve made a lot).
- DIY Farmhouse Tiered Tray – If you need a piece to add some height and give you some shelf space to create a farmhouse space on your entryway table or dining room table, this quick DIY is perfect!
- Gnome Cookie Jar – A little farmhouse gnome to guard the cookies in my kitchen? Yes, please! LOL!
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