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DIY Sunflower Wreath (in Under 30 Minutes)

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How to make a DIY sunflower wreath in under 30 minutes with faux sunflowers and a grapevine wreath form.

I wasn’t going to make a wreath for the summer but my bare front door was calling out for something…anything.

Instead of sticking a few flowers in my go-to hanging basket, I decided to add some sunflowers to a grapevine wreath.

I actually took this idea from my spring tulip wreath, that I made a few months ago, and tweaked it a bit.

sunflower wreath hanging on turquoise front door with a view into a house

Remember that one? It was big and bold and all kinds of pink.

The hubs wasn’t crazy about it but I loved it.

picture of outside of house and windows

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Just like the tulip wreath, I wanted this to be quick and simple.

So, in order to do that I used just a few supplies..sunflowers and a grapevine wreath.

That’s it!

What do you need to make a sunflower wreath?

Really, this is one of the quickest and easiest sunflower wreath DIY crafts ever, even easier than my fall hoop wreath with sunflowers.

Perfect for a spring or summer front door, or with your fall decor.

craft supplies of sunflowers and grapevine wreath for a How to Make a Sunflower Wreath tutorial

How to make a sunflower wreath

The first step was to use wire cutters to cut most of the stem off each sunflower.

cutting sunflowers for how to make a sunflower wreath tutorial

The idea was to leave enough so that I could push them through the grapevine wreath and bend them over (about 6″).

You can use the wire cutters to bend the stems if you need to.

bent sunflower stems for how to make a sunflower wreath tutorial

Once the stems were all cut down, I started assembling my wreath.

I placed 4 sunflowers equidistant from each other and then filled in the empty spaces.

assembling wreath with sunflowers for a how to make a sunflower wreath tutorial

Easy peasy!

finishing wreath for a how to make a sunflower wreath tutorial

And…we’re done!

In under 30 minutes I created a simple sunflower wreath for my front door.

I’m loving the yellow of the sunflowers with the blue on my farmhouse front door.

sunflower wreath hanging on turquoise front door with a view into a house

It’s the perfect touch for my simple summer front porch!  

sunflower wreath hanging on blue front door on stone front porch

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Yield: 1 sunflower wreath

Sunflower Wreath DIY

sunflower wreath hanging on turquoise front door with a view into a house

How to make a cheery sunflower wreath for your front door in under 30 minutes.

Active Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $25


  • faux sunflowers
  • 12-14" grapevine wreath


  • wire cutters


  1. Use wire cutters to trim stems on sunflowers (you want to leave about 6" so that you can push it through the grapevine wreath and bend it)
  2. After stems are trimmed, assemble wreath
  3. Place 4 sunflowers equidistant from each other 4 sunflowers equidistant in grapevine wreath form
  4. Fill in with remaining sunflowers...push stem through grapevine wreath and bend stem
  5. Hang and enjoy!

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  1. Beautiful! Sunflowers are one of my favorites!

  2. Very pretty! Perfect for summer….

    1. Thanks so much Kim! I love using sunflowers in the summer. πŸ™‚

  3. Looks nice and summery, I loved your tulip wreath too.

    1. Thanks so much Pat! Yes, I loved the tulip wreath too. It will definitely make an appearance again. πŸ™‚

  4. Very pretty, Kristi.

    It looks like the back of the wreath can be seen from inside – did you finish off the back in any way?

    1. Thanks Sheila! Yes, you can see the back of the wreath from inside but the sunflower stems really blend in with grapevine so I left it go.

  5. I loce sunflowers and your wreath looks just perfect on your fabulous door!

    1. Thanks so much Kaycee! I love the yellow with the blue of the door. Oh, and I sent you a happy email. πŸ™‚

  6. Julia Grayson says:

    Bright and cheery!

  7. Debbie Halcomb says:

    Another hit Kristi. So bright and happy. Does the hubs like this one better?

    1. Thanks Debbie! I agree it is a happy color. πŸ™‚ And, yes…hubs likes this one a whole lot more than the pink.

  8. looks great! I loved your tulip wreath too! laura

  9. Where did you find the basket with lid under the wrought iron table next to the door, I have the same table just having problems trying to basket with lid to fit

    1. I found this basket at Pottery Barn. I think they still have them in stock. Hope that helps.

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