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A DIY antler wreath is perfect for the winter months. You can get your supplies and make your own in just minutes. A super quick project that will look great on your door any season of the year. I don’t know about y’all but there is something about the combination of antlers and feathers that makes my heart skip a beat. If you are a rustic decor lover, this DIY antler wreath is definitely for you! This post was a part of my paid design team status at Consumer Crafts but I thought I would post it here in case y’all missed it.
Items needed to make your own DIY antler wreath:
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- 24 inch Pine Wreath
- Resin Faux Deer Antlers (3 required)
- Snow Tipped Pine Cones (8 required) (You can also use pine cones from your yard for this craft but be sure to kill everything in them by baking them using this method.)
- Guinea Pheasant Feathers
- Almond Pheasant Feathers
- Heart Pheasant Feathers
- Floral Wire
- Hot Glue and Glue Gun
My wreath was really smashed from shipping so the first thing I did was to reshape the wreath. I then wired on the deer antlers using some floral wire. I used two pieces of floral wire per antler.
I then used the wire that was on the pine cones to wire those into place. I ended up using eight of the pine cones. Everything was placed randomly around the wreath.
I then gathered up random bunches of all three types of feathers. I used hot glue to secure them in place randomly around the wreath. I ended up using almost the entire package of all three types of feathers.
Fill in your wreath with the feathers until you are happy with your new DIY antler wreath. Then just hang it on your door for a gorgeous rustic addition to your decor this winter.
TIP: Try removing any glue strings from the hot glue with a hair dryer.
Love this wreath but don’t want to buy the antlers? Click here to see how I made the antlers below from clay!