How to Make a Garden Hose Wreath
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Add a touch of the backyard to your front door décor. This sunny and cheerful garden hose wreath will chase the clouds and spring showers away.
Mark Derse/Country Woman
This charming garden hose wreath comes together using just a few simple materials. It will add a touch of spring sunshine to your front door or your potting shed. Customize your wreath with a pretty pair of garden gloves, faux flowers and colorful ribbon.
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Garden Hose Wreath Materials
- Garden hose
- Showerhead hose attachment
- Zip ties
- Garden gloves
- Faux flowers
- Beaded floral picks
- Hot glue gun
- Wire cutter
- Screw showerhead to 1 end of garden hose.
- Wrap garden hose into a circle and use zip ties to secure in place. Leave nozzle end of garden hose loose at top.
- Arrange garden gloves and faux flowers on wreath. Secure to garden hose with ribbon and hot-glue, if necessary.
- Using wire cutter, cut beaded floral pick stems to varying lengths and hot-glue ends to hose nozzle.
- Hang garden hose wreath using 2 hooks, 1 for the circle and 1 to support the nozzle above the circle.
Next, learn how to make a DIY birdseed wreath to attract more birds.