How To Make A Curly Deco Mesh Wreath

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Step by step tutorial with pictures to make a curly deco mesh wreath!

If you’ve been following along for some time, you know I love to make wreaths! I love burlap bubble wreaths, floral wreaths and curly deco mesh wreaths!

Today we are going to be diving deeper into How To Make A Curly Deco Mesh Wreath! The process is very simple but the end product looks like it was really complicated! Ah, I love wreaths that look way harder than they actually were to make!

FAQs

  1. How much do deco mesh wreaths sell for?
    • If you’re looking at selling your handmade wreaths, it’s best to know how much to charge for them. Deco mesh wreaths typically cost between $35-$175, with the average cost being around $75. Also, do you own research by checking what others are selling their wreaths for on Etsy. Generally speaking, you should charge 3 times what the supplies cost you.
  2. What size deco mesh for wreath?
    • 6 inch wide deco mesh works best for making standard size mesh wreaths. If making a rolled curly deco mesh wreath, cut your pieces of mesh at 8″ long.
  3. Where to buy deco mesh wreath supplies?
    • Dollar Tree, Hobby Lobby and Walmart all offer many different colors of deco mesh, pipe cleaners and wire wreath forms. Supplies can also be purchased online and delivered to your doorstep from Amazon.
  4. How to decorate mesh wreaths?
    • The options are endless when it comes to decorating mesh wreaths! Aside from the different colored mesh, you can add colored ribbon, floral picks and any holiday related items. Make a wreath for Halloween, Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day and more!
  5. How to keep deco mesh wreath from fraying?
    • The easiest way to keep your deco mesh ribbon from fraying is to use a heat cutting tool when cutting the strips of mesh. This will seal the raw edges, ensuring that the ends do not fray.
  6. How to store deco mesh wreaths?
    • Wreaths can be stored in many different fashions. Storing in a zippered wreath bag, or a plastic wreath container is one option. While placing a plastic garbage bag over the wreath and hanging on a hook in the attic, garage or storage space in another option.

Supplies

How To Make Deco Mesh Wreaths Step By Step

Making deco mesh wreaths is fun and easy! However, you don’t all of your hard work to fray! Fraying is a common problem with deco mesh. The very loose weave of the mesh tends to unravel or fray when it is cut. Follow these easy steps for How To Keep Mesh From Fraying.

Step 1:

Cut the deco mesh to 8″ lengths using either the rotary cutter or heat cutting tool

How to make curly deco mesh wreaths

Step 2:

Begin to assemble each curly deco mesh pick. Roll deco mesh strips

How to make curly deco mesh wreaths
How to make curly deco mesh wreaths

Step 3:

Gather two or three rolls

How to make curly deco mesh wreaths

Step 4:

Twist a pipe cleaner over the middle of the curly deco mesh rolls, leaving the pipe cleaner tails facing the back – see optional steps below to add a ribbon to each curly deco mesh pick

How to make curly deco mesh wreaths

Optional Steps:

If you would like to add a ribbon to each curly deco mesh pick, add a ribbon cut 2″ shorter than the length you cut your deco mesh at. In my case, I used 6″ ribbon lengths for my 8″ deco mesh lengths. BEFORE you add the pipe cleaner in step 5, place the ribbon on top of the deco mesh rolls.

How to make curly deco mesh wreaths

Next, place the pipe cleaner over the top, just as in step 5 and twist to secure together.

How to make curly deco mesh wreaths

Completion of Curly Deco Mesh Picks

Once you’ve completed all of the curly deco mesh picks, it’s time to assemble them on the wire wreath form.

How to make curly deco mesh wreaths

Assembling the Curly Deco Mesh Picks on The Wire Wreath Form

Once the deco mesh picks are assembled, it’s time to start placing them on the wire wreath form. For this wreath, I used an 18″ wire wreath form, however, typically speaking, a 12″ wire wreath form is plenty big and yields a beautiful wreath!

I created a template to show you where to place the picks. The “Xs” mark round one. Come back for a second round “Os” and fill in any gaps! Basically, it’s all about alternating rows! Continue for the entire wreath!

How to make a curly decorative mesh wreath

Fill & Fluff

Assemble your wreath and then hang it on your door or wall. Step back, look to see if you see any gaps. *I always take a photo of the wreath and look at it, because for some reason, you always notice the imperfections in a photo! Fill any gaps by either fluffing or adding more curly deco mesh picks!

Dollar Tree Bunny Wreath - colorful curly deco mesh wreath
Dollar Tree Bunny Wreath - colorful curly deco mesh wreath

More Great Wreath VIDEO Tutorials

*Dollar Tree Bunny Wreath tutorial

*Dollar Tree Witch Hat wreath tutorial

*Tulip Wreath Tutorial​

*Grapevine Bunny Wreath Tutorial

*How To Make A Burlap Wreath and Add Wooden Letters

*DIY Fresh Clippings Christmas Wreath Video​

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How To Make A Curly Deco Mesh Wreath

2 Comments

  1. Totally going to try your tutorial!! Thank you!
    How many picks do you normally need to make?

  2. Donna Marie says:

    Love the tulip wreath!!!

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