Whitney’s Walnut Wreath Tutorial

Hey friends!  Hope you are all having a great day!  Let’s go NUTS!  We recently told you about a spotlight we were asked to do for the Gorilla Glue company HERE.  We loved our wreath hangers and had to adorn them with cute wreaths as well.  I went with a nut and pinecone wreath and this is how I did it…
I started by getting the supplies.  I purchased a grapevine wreath at Hobby Lobby for super cheap.  These can be found at almost any craft or floral store.
I also bought a bag of hazelnuts and 4 lbs of walnuts in the shells at the grocery store.  These too were super cheap:)  I also bought a bag of tiny pine cones from Hobby Lobby.  They were in the Christmas craft section.
My weapon of choice on this one was the hot glue gun.  I started by randomly gluing the walnuts around the wreath.  I used a grapevine wreath rather than a styrofoam one because I knew I could leave the sides showing which saved me money and I like the look better myself.
Once I had most of the wreath covered in walnuts I began space filling with my hazlenuts and pine cones.   Any space that was left between the walnuts was filled with either hazelnuts or pinecones. A look from the side…
My final step was to hang this baby up and take lots of pictures! Woohoo!! What do you think… Have I gone nuts??!  Hope you like it… Have a great Tuesday!!

  • Wendy @ The Shabby Nest


  • Jenny @ Words on Wendhurst

    Love the textures and colors in this wreath. So pretty!

  • Angie @ The Shabby Chic Cottage

    Thanks for sharing! This is really elegant looking!

  • Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com

    As always…you have lovely ideas and the outcome is stunning. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful tutorial! Come visit me & see what I've created this week. Be sure to leave a comment!

  • Dragonfly Treasure

    Totally nuts over this wreath! sorry, had to do it! LOL
    Have to rememeber this for next year

  • susan

    I love this! It would be great for fall and for Christmas. I might even be able to manage this project…if I didn't eat the project materials first 🙂

  • Nancy @ La Chambre Rose

    I'm loving my new glue gun and this is an excellent project for that! Great idea.

  • Sue

    Whitney, I love this "nutty" idea for the wreath! It turned out just adorable. How simple and natural.
    🙂 Sue

  • Amanda

    That is STUNNING!! love it, gotta have it. thanks for the idea

  • Kimm at Reinvented

    Awesome, love the look! Also love getting decor "stuff" at the grocery, then the expense is buried in the grocery budget! 😉

  • Bella Grace

    PLEASE let me know where you got the cute hooks? It makes the project. Thanks

  • Sylvia

    I love this idea – I made a Christmas tree using the same concept – will try this wreath as a compliment.

  • mkelton24

    How cute is this- Are you sure there are not 20 of yall(instead of 2)? You guys put out more new DIY progects at record speed. So cute I would by this as I hardly have time with work, school and the old fixer upper we bought

    I am doing a little giveaway(actually my first ever) at "The Kelton's Cozy Cottage." Be sure to stop by and sign up!


  • My Big Mouth

    Another cute idea!
    I love it!

  • littlethings1

    Love the wreath ! I love your wreath holder display!I just posted a very shabby wreath tutorial on my blog !
    The Little Things

  • Isabella & Max Rooms

    A winner!! The problem is I'd want to pull out a nut cracker, sit next to it and have myself a little holiday snack. Janell

  • Isabella & Max Rooms

    A winner!! The problem is I'd want to pull out a nut cracker, sit next to it and have myself a little holiday snack. Janell

  • Blondie’s Journal

    This is so cute!! And as always, you girls make it look so doable. Thanks!! 🙂


  • Cassie

    Love the wreath, especially against the fireplace! I gave you gals a shout out on our blog…Junk-Fest….check it out!
    Happy Holidays!

  • Debbie

    How cool is that! This wreath could work from late summer clear through the seasons.

  • Jeanette

    You did a great job. You have wonderful ideas.

  • Amanda

    How very cool! I love how it turned out 🙂

  • Marianne@Songbird

    Too funny I posted a 'going nuts' post last year. Made a walnut wreath too. But I used walnuts from a friends garden. You can find it here:
    Love, M

  • April Z

    I'm definitely going to make this wreath and wreath stand. I just found your blog a couple weeks ago and it's quickly become one of my favorites! Thanks for sharing so many wonderful ideas and inspiration!!

  • marty (A Stroll Thru Life)

    Oh how pretty. I love it. You have some of the best ideas. Hugs, Marty

  • Vanessa

    You girls are so cute and talented. I've been following you for awhile and appreciate all the projects you've shared. You certainly inspire me.

    Vanessa @ momsgotmanyhats.blogspot.com

  • Jen

    I LOVE IT!!! and I really love the hutch also.

  • Country Wings in Phoenix

    Good Morning Sweetie…
    I have to tell you this is absolutely stunning. I just love the simplicity and elegance of it. Your wreath hanger is just so beautiful. I never would have thought about a post to a plague with a hanger on it for a wreath. On the fireplace hearth it would be beautiful. I may have to try this one. How devine.

    Thank you for sharing this morning. Please stop by and say hi. I love to have the company.

    Country hugs…Sherry