DIY ~ Garden Hose Wreaths
I have been wanting to make hose wreaths for some time now. Unfortunately, all our garden hoses are in good shape, so I actually broke down and bought a 25 foot garden hose! It was held together with four large, black twist ties which I reused in the project.
First, I loosened the hose, found what appeared to be the middle and cut it. Next, I gently unwound the two separate pieces into the size circles I wanted and bound each with a twist tie. Finally, the fun part! I held up the flowers and garden accents until I thought they looked just right and fastened them to the wreath with a twist tie and ribbon. No glue needed!
As you probably know by now, I am wild for birdhouses. This sweet decorative one was a gift from a friend and perfect for the center of my first wreath. Reusing one of the large twist ties that was packaged with the hose, I secured the flowers, birdhouse and burlap ribbon to the wreath. This way I can change them out as I please!
For the second wreath, I used a 25-cent decorative watering can picked up at a garage sale as the focal point. Colorful Dollar Store gardening gloves, silk flowers and a tool were tied on with polka-dotted ribbon. I love the bright yellows and reds against the green hose, don’t you?
So now I have two pretty wreaths for about an hour of my time and less than twenty dollars!
Here are some other easy DIY Projects from Our Fairfield Home and Garden!
Make Your Own Birdbaths! https://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/diy-bird-baths-bring-birds-to-your-garden/
Make A Garden Scarecrow! https://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/diy-project-wood-scrap-scarecrow-my-garden-maiden/
Make Hose Guides From Curtain Rods! https://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/diy-project-hose-guides-from-curtain-rods/