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Well, my friends, in the spirit of keeping it real, here’s what happened when I tried to make a triangle wreath:

  1. the kids stole my supplies
  2. I then had exactly 3 dowels left to make the darn thing (thank goodness that’s all I needed)
  3. my camera decided to do some very weird things (or I temporarily forgot how to use one from exhaustion and frustration) and all of my images turned out blurry and/or hazy
  4. I had all of like 12 hours to make, photograph, and post about this wreath because I’ve bitten off more than I can chew. Can anyone out there relate?

Basically, this ought to be the worst blog post you’ve seen from me since I started blogging in 2012, taking pictures at night on my iPhone 3.

With all that said, here’s said wreath…

It’s actually super easy to make, and I used only  materials I already had at home (because everyone has random feathers laying around, right?).

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materials

  • 3 small dowels
  • wire (like floral wire)
  • feathers

I started by just laying out the dowels, like so…

Then I wrapped the wire around each of the corners about 3-4 times. It doesn’t need a ton of security.

Now came the fun part: adding the feathers.

I simply wrapped some wire around the feathers, and tucked a final, top feather into the corner, or made sure there was only one string of wire on the outside.

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That’s it!

It’s a super easy tutorial (if we can call it that), and also a lesson not to leave things to the last-minute when you have a bunch of super cool people that are making wreaths with you and you’re all posting about it on the same day. Did I not mention that before?

Oh yeah, there are more wreaths for you to go and see today, and I guarantee you they’ll have better photos, so head on over to take a look! Enjoy!

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10 Comments

  1. Reply

    jessica

    September 8, 2017

    This is so pretty and simple! Love the whole boho inspiration.

  2. Reply

    Stephanie

    September 8, 2017

    The triangle shape is so unexpected! I’ll have to try that with my air plants :)

  3. Reply

    Ariel

    September 8, 2017

    Way to amp us up with that Intro ;)
    The triangle wreath is very fun though, love the peacock feathers!

  4. Reply

    Lindi Vanderschaaf

    September 9, 2017

    LOVE it! I’m planning to make a triangle wreath for Christmas! Great minds think alike :)

  5. Reply

    Kathryn Baugher

    September 9, 2017

    Oh I think we’ve all been there! lol In spite of your challenges it turned out beautiful. I love how unique it is and the peacock feathers are so great! Pinning!

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    Lindsay @ The DIY Mommy

    September 13, 2017

    Love how minimal this is but yet the punch that it brings. So pretty.

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    White Furniture

    September 18, 2017

    This is really very unique and great idea for making a triangle wreath. It looks cute.

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    Dogiadungsmart

    October 20, 2017

    Love triangle! I gonna make something like that! Cheers!

  9. Reply

    Dogiadungsmart

    October 20, 2017

    Love triangle! Gonna make something like that. Cheers!

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