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DIY Black & White Christmas Wreath

DIY Black & White Christmas Wreath

DIY Black & White Christmas Wreath

As we approach the most wonderful time of the year, there's something undeniably enchanting about the timeless elegance of a Black & White Christmas Wreath. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and artistic flair, our floral designer, Tim, has ingeniously reimagined the traditional wreath, infusing it with sophistication and charm. You can create one of these unique Wreaths using the steps and supplies listed below

Supplies needed:


  • First things first, you will need to gather all of the supplies that you will need for the project. Feel free to adjust any of the florals, accents or ribbon for this wreath to fit your personal style or decor.

  • To get started, you will want to cover your wreath base with the Snowy Cedar Spray. Tim did this by cutting the stem almost completely off of the spray and then laying them down on top of the evergreen. He then secured the spray to the wreath with floral wire. We opted not to let any of the evergreen show through with this design, but you are welcome to leave some green peaking through if you would like. 




  • Next, Tim added the Black Velvet Poinsettias to the Wreath. He cut the majority of the stem off of each of these and then added hot glue to each as well. He placed these throughout the wreath making a triangle shape with their placement. Feel free to adjust the placement of these if you wish.




  • Tim added the long, wispy White Glitter Berry sprays next. He cut each of them into separate sections and placed them in between the Poinsettias. He also placed them on either side of the top of the wreath to frame the bow.




  • Tim then cut the larger White Glitter Berry Stems into separate sections and placed the berry clusters throughout the wreath. 




  • To make the bow for the top of the wreath, Tim layered the 1.5" Black Velvet Ribbon on top of the 2.5" White Iridescent Ribbon and tied a 3 loop bow. Once the bow was secured with the floral wire Tim secured it to the top of the wreath using the same floral wire and then separated the loops.


  • Tim used the White Tinsel Balls as ornaments throughout the wreath. He cut each of them off of the spray and hot glued them throughout the wreath. They add a bit of depth and dimension with their varying sizes. 



  • Our last accent to add is the Silver Glitter Leather Leaf Fern Spray. Tim also cut these into separate sections and placed them throughout the wreath. He worked the pieces in between some of the white and black to help break it up some and add more sparkle; because you can never have too much sparkle.



  • When you are finished you will have a unique and non-traditional Wreath to use throughout the Holiday season. 

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  • Rebecca Coffman