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DIY Mardi Gras Throw Me Something Mister Wreath

DIY Mardi Gras Throw Me Something Mister Wreath

DIY Mardi Gras Throw Me Something Mister Wreath

We have officially entered the Mardi Gras season and we have a great wreath design this week to celebrate the season. Our floral designer Tim used one of our Moss Wreaths and a tinsel garland to create this fun and festive piece. You can create one of your very own using the steps and supplies listed below. 

Supplies needed:


  • First things first, you will need to gather all of the necessary supplies. Any additional Mardi Gras decor can be used to accent this wreath. Feel free to make any additional changes to fit your personal preference better. 

  • To get started, Tim wrapped the Tinsel Garland around half of the Moss Wreath. He used floral wire to secure both ends of the garland to the wreath. He cut off the excess garland to use for another project. 



  • Next Tim used a punch to put two holes in either end of the wood sign. He placed one near the bottom left corner and the other towards the middle of the top of the sign. He did this so that the sign would sit a little off center on the side of the wreath. He placed the sign on the side of the Moss Wreath that did not have the tinsel garland on it. Tim used floral wire through each hole to attach the sign to the wreath.



  • To add more length and texture to the wreath Tim tied a four loop bow using the two ribbons that he selected. He left the tails on the bow approximately 12 inches long and curled the ends of each tail. He then tied the bow with floral wire and attached it to the wreath using the same wire. He placed the bow just below the wood sign on the right hand side of the wreath. 



  • To finish off the wreath Tim added the Glitter Bead Garland draped over the tinsel garland side of the wreath to mimic Mardi Gras Beads. He attached the bead garland using floral wire and secured it in multiple spots. 



  • When you have added your bead garland you can come to a stopping point like we did or you can add any additional accents that you may have. You will have a festive wreath to use throughout the Mardi Gras season. 

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  • Rebecca Coffman