How to make a wreath with an umbrella

Everybody knows the saying "April showers bring May flowers," and in this DIY project, these two things are brought together to create an adorable wreath. With sunflowers that match the bright yellow of the umbrella, this wreath dresses up any door in a unique and charming way.
Different than a typical circular wreath, this piece of decor uses its built-in handle to hang from any doorknob so you don't have to damage the doors in your home with nails or hooks. If you want to bring a little color and whimsy to your entryway, check out the instructions and video for this wreath made from an umbrella.
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Materials
- Umbrella
- Scissors
- Faux sunflowers
- Floral wire
- Wire cutters
- Needle-nosed pliers
- Faux roses
- Green ribbon
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Instructions
1. Cut off the strip of fabric that keeps the umbrella closed.
2. Place the faux sunflowers inside the umbrella opening. Secure them with floral wire.
3. Cut off the excess floral wire with wire cutters and use needle-nosed pliers to tuck the wire into place.
4. Place the faux roses inside of the umbrella opening, tucking them into the floral wire already in place. Insert them so they are mixed among the sunflowers.
5. Cut off a section of green ribbon and cut both ends of the ribbon at an angle.
6. Tie the green ribbon around the umbrella into a bow.
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