Create a beautiful Japanese inspired Easter wreath with a variation of cherry blossom stems in 3 easy steps for global style.
Hello there. Today is just beautiful outside and perfect weather for this week’s A Very Global Easter series. If you are coming over from Casa Watkins Living, welcome! We are sharing 7 days of globally influenced DIYs and today’s theme is Easter wall hanging/wreath. Since we live in Japan, there’s a large variety of faux sakura (cherry blossom) stems at the local dollar stores. I decided to transform a few into a wreath for today’s project!
Sakura Cherry Blossom Wreath
For this Spring/Easter wreath you need:
- One faux cherry blossom stem that hangs
- Two faux cherry blossom stems
- One larger bloom stem
- Florist wire and a bowl for shaping stems
Make your sakura wreath in 3 easy steps:
Step 1: Use a bowl to shape your stems into a wreath form.
Step 2: Secure the two regular stems by wrapping brown or green florist wire around them.
Step 3: Add the stem that hangs with more florist wire and cut off smaller stems of the large blossom to add variation. Secure with wire.
Hang on a mirror, wall, interior or exterior door for global Easter style!
Our Japanese rental front door is just gorgeous! It’s what sold me on this house. Doesn’t it have beautiful details?
The cherry blossoms are such a nice feminine contrast on it.
I really like the trailing blossoms. I think it makes the ordinary wreath shape more interesting and organic. Which is totally appropriate for Japanese inspired decor.
I’m just in love with Casa Watkins Living Flower Vase Tassel Wall Hanging. Make sure to check it out if you haven’t seen it yet!
If you’ve missed any of our previous Easter DIYs, you can find them at A Very Global Easter page.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. Make sure to come back tomorrow for Easter tablescape ideas.