Sunday, January 20, 2013

Easy Peacock feather wreath


Feathers are all the rage.  I happen to just love peacock feathers so that is what I used for my wreath, but you could easily substitute any feathers and have a super result.

You will need:

12-inch grapevine wreath

Peacock feathers

Glue gun and glue sticks

1.      Add a bit of hot glue on the tip of a feather and stick in an open area of the wreath. Work in one direction around the wreath adding glue and overlapping the feathers a bit as you go. 

2.     Continue adding glue to feathers and placing them in the wreath in the same direction around the wreath. (See photo)

3.     When you reach the end add some feathers to fill in any open areas.


  1. Way Cool! I was thinking, I could use any kind of feathers!! I am thinking faux crow feathers! LOL!

  2. This is really cool. Love peacock feathers!

  3. You really love peacock feathers! :)

  4. I love peacock feathers!! Thanks for linking up at my Pin Me Linky Party.

  5. Your wreath is so beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent! I am so thrilled to have you share with us this week. Have a wonderful weekend. :)

  6. Thanks for linking up such a awesome and inspirational project! Come stop by again this week and link up another project here:!

    Have a good week!

  7. A great wreath for winter months since it is kind of seasonless and peacock feathers are so trendy right now. Thanks for sharing on BeColorful.

  8. Such a great idea. Love the colors. Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime. Hope to see you tomorrow!


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