Last Updated on September 11, 2022
Ever wanted to try your hand at making a eucalyptus wreath? This tutorial will show you how. Pretty easy if you follow these steps.
Creating A Eucalyptus Wreath Is Easy – Follow This Tutorial
Here’s an excellent eucalyptus wreath tutorial from FlowerFix that I really wanted to share with you. It’s one of the best I’ve run across.
If you have ever wanted to try your hand at making a wreath, this easy-to-follow video tutorial will show you how easy it is to create a gorgeous eucalyptus wreath like this (or any type of wreath for that matter).
It uses a basic “rinse and repeat” technique that once you understand the logic behind it, you can apply to almost any floral design project.
I think you will benefit from watching this tutorial, especially if you are a true do-it-yourself enthusiast. Take a look and see if you agree.
Pretty good stuff, yeah? Of course, it is! Ready to get started on your own eucalyptus wreath? If so, you’re probably wondering how much eucalyptus you’ll need for this project.
Here’s How Much Eucalyptus You Will Need
The amount you’ll need depends on two things, the size of the wreath frame you’re using, and how full you want to make it.
For an 18-inch frame and 3 varieties of eucalyptus, I usually figure on about a 1/2 bunch of each variety of eucalyptus I’m using. Sometimes more, sometimes a little less. There’s no exact science to it.
Here’s Where to Find What You Need
You could also use preserved eucalyptus, which is available in a number of colors, to mix in with fresh eucalyptus to add a pop of color.
You can find it locally at craft stores like Hobby Lobby and Michaels, or check with your local florist.
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