A triangle wreath you ask? WHY YES! When you can’t buy what you want, you make it. I have been brainstorming my approach to fall decor this year. I wanted something a little non traditional. I have been loving the metal tones lately. During one of my late night strolls though the hardware store I got distracted by the copper piping… I was like a dog seeing a shiny object for the first time lol. I really wanted to find a project for these beautiful pipes and I finally landed on this DIY copper triangle wreath – an unconventional approach to fall decor! I’m kinda in love with it and it only took me 30 minutes to make!
One of the beautiful things about this unconventional decor piece is that you could really use it year round. Play with the greenery, add some pine branches for Christmas or skulls for Halloween. Trade out the greens for flowers and succulents for spring and summer. The options are endless! However, if you want to replicate my exact copper triangle wreath, I’ve linked all the items I used below.
If you would like to make my monogram door hanger from last year Click HERE. It’s also a versatel piece you could use all year.
Tools & Materials
- 3 Copper pipes
- floral wire & cutters
- craft string or twine
- Black and White Ribbon
- Greenery of choice- Click Here for plums
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DIY Copper Triangle Wreath Tutorial
- Run the craft sting into a copper pipe. Take the same continuous string all the way through all 3 copper pipes and tie a knot to create a triangle.
- Lay the magnolia leaf spray over the base of the triangle. Take a plum twig and lay it on top of the magnolia leaves.
- Use the dark burgundy spray branch to secure the 3 branches to the copper pipe. Use floral wire (or in my case string cause I didn’t have any) to secure all the branches in place so they don’t move.
- In the same order, secure all three different foliage’s to the right side of the copper triangle. You will bend the branches here to create your perfect placement.
- I added some cotton stem blossoms to the right side of the triangle just for a bit of brightness.
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If you pals make this beautiful copper triangle wreath, I want to see!! Please email me a photo or add one to the comments section below. Also If you have Instagram, tag me in a photo @remingtonavenue. I love to share my creations with you, and I equally love to see your spin on my creations! Let’s share our wreath photos to inspire others to create. If you love this idea, don’t forget to PIN the image below or bookmark this page to come back to it later. I’ll be sharing my full fall home tour NEXT WEEK, so stay tuned for more unconventional fall decor!
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