Oh how we love all the beautiful Christmas pieces that Anthropologie has but, sometimes they are not always budget-friendly. This year, an adorable bottle brush tree wreath kept coming up when I was looking for Christmas decor. The only problem was that it was $200. This was the perfect Christmas piece to do a DIY dupe.
This Anthropologie dupe wreath is so easy to make and depending on what items you select for your wreath, it will cost less than $35. There are so many ways to make this wreath using your unique creative flare.
What you need:
When shopping for everything, you can add any color bottle brush trees or any neutral or colorful houses. I chose to do a neutral theme on this but, still add a pop of copper.
Let’s Make It!
I started by fluffing the wreath enough to make it look full before painting with the different shades of white. Once the wreath is fluffed, I took a paintbrush and use Fusion Mineral Paint in the shade of White Lace to get the base coat on the wreath. Let it dry for 2-3 hours.
How I painted the wreath here.
I let that coat of paint dry then I did another coat, this time in shade putty to give it a little deeper texture. Once the paint is dry you can then coat it with clear acrylic spray paint. I used the matte one.
Once everything is dry now it is time to get the fun pieces on and be creative! This is where you can use any houses or any bottle brush trees you want. Add the pieces that make you happy! I chose to go with a natural tone theme. I did cut off the bottom wood piece of the bottle brush trees to ensure that they would lay flat against the fluffed wreath.
See how here.
Easy and simple to add these pieces on, all I used was hot glue. I let everything dry and now it is time to hang this adorable wreath in your home for the season!
This is just one of many ways you can get the same look with a fraction of the cost being spent! If you create one of your very own I would love to see it! For more daily inspiration head over to Instagram , Pinterest, and TikTok! Thank you for stopping by the blog today and every day!