DIY Wire Hanger Evergreen Christmas Wreath


This DIY wire coat hanger Christmas wreath is made from foraged clippings and is the perfect way to add some simple and inexpensive holiday decor to your home.

1 Wire Hanger Green Floral Wire Scissors/wire snips Foraged tree clippings (I cut some clippings from the Cedar & Blue Spruces in my yard!) Ribbon of choice (I used green velvet)

What You’ll Need

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How To Make the Christmas Wreath


Start by dividing your greenery in half. Try to arrange it so that it arches upwards. Once it is attached to the wire frame, this will form the circular shape of your wreath.

Secure the greenery with GREEN floral wire. I’m using silver to make it easier for you to see what I’m doing but you will be able to see it in the finished product if it’s not green.

If you want to add some depth and a change of color to the wreath, blue spruce is a pretty accent. Just be careful because it’s really spikey!

Next, gently position the hanger above the greenery. Taking more floral wire, start securing the pieces to the hanger so that they begin to form a wreath shape. Don’t secure all the pieces, you’ll want to leave some bits out front to cover the wire.