Make This Whimsical Garden Hose Wreath

Posted by: on August 23rd, 2013 | 2 Comments
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Garden hose wreath hangs on a front door

 

 

This fun DIY project turns ordinary gardening tools into a fun year-round wreath guaranteed to delight and inspire any gardener. Here are the step-by-step instructions for this whimsical garden hose wreath. You can download and print out the instructions, too.

Skill Level: Novice

Time: 2-3 hours

Cost: Less than $50

Tools and Materials

 

Coiling the hose to create a garden hose wreath

 

Step 1

Coil your garden hose to the size that you would like your wreath to be. This is going to be the base of your wreath.

 

Using a cable tie to secure a garden hose for a garden hose wreath

 

Step 2

Secure the hose with cable ties.

 

Adding gardening items to a DIY garden hose wreath

 

 

Step 3

Decide where you would like each ornament on your wreath. Imagine the circle of hose is a clock face, and place the larger items-the trowel, cultivator and gloves-at approximately 12 o’clock, 4 o’clock and 8 o’clock.

The terra-cotta pots should be placed at more-or-less opposite ends of the circle.

Fill in the spaces with smaller items, such as seed envelopes, plastic flowers, plant tags or anything else that means “gardening” to you.

 

Tying down gardening items to a garden hose wreath

 

Step 4

Tie each item onto the hose with twine.

Take care to secure the heavier items with extra twine. You might even want to add a cable tie for extra strength, and cover it with twine.

 

A whimsical garden hose wreath hangs on a front door

 

Step 5

Hang your Garden Hose Wreath on your front door, above your potting table, or anywhere else you want to proclaim your love of gardening.

 

Download printable instructions for this DIY Garden Hose Wreath and get started!

And while you’re at it, take a look at more DIY projects here on The Home Depot blog. We have several fun wreath tutorials, too!

 

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  1. Love this idea. Just heard that you could make a wreath out of a garden hose
    thank you and I will be putting mine above my garden this summer 2014. Also plan on Christmas Gifts for my Garden Friends

    • Craig Allen says:

      We’re so glad you like the project, Pam. It’s pretty clever, eh?

      We’d love to see your wreath when you complete it. If you’re on Instagram, upload a photo and tag it #HomeDepot or @HomeDepot, and we’ll spot it.

      -Craig, from The Home Depot