As many of you know, I love zip ties! These handy little helpers have saved the day more times than I can count and are one of the most versatile tools in a decorator’s bag of tricks. This flower pot wreath shows why. No glue gun, floral tape or ball of string required. Just a few supplies and quick-fix zip ties. So, don your DIY hat and grab a hand full of zip ties. It’s time to transform your door for Summer!
30-inch grapevine wreath
2 Celebrating Home Garden Foliage wreath/garland
2 Celebrating Home Daisy Fresh swags
8 4-inch terra-cotta flower pots
White acrylic paint
Create whitewash by squeezing paint into a small container, then adding water to thin it.
Dip sponge into whitewash and lightly wipe onto the outside and inside of the pot. Let dry.
Use zip ties to adhere Garden Foliage wreath/garland to grapevine wreath (remember to overlap the garland ends!). Hide zip ties by fluffing garland over it.
Attach each flower pot to wreath by feeding a zip tie through the pot’s bottom drainage hole up inside the pot to its top, then through wreath branches. Secure zip ties to wreath base.
Snap Daisy Fresh swags into four equal sections, then space around wreath perimeter and weave around pots. Secure to wreath base with zip ties.