DIY Sage Wreath

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This DIY sage wreath smells great! Sage is part of the mint family and it has a bit of a menthol smell, but it’s also deeper and richer than mint. It’s an easy herb to use on a wreath and it dries beautifully. I only used this wreath in an indoor setting, so I can’t speak to how it will respond if exposed to the elements. 

What You’ll Need to Make this DIY Sage Wreath

  • Foam wreath
  • Floral pins
  • Fresh sage, at least 3 bunches (I used 4 clamshell packages)
  • Ribbon, if desired, for hanging

The wreath I used, pictured below, is small – so if you decide to use a larger foam wreath, you’ll need to scale up the amount of sage you use. The floral pins come in a large package, though, so you won’t need to order multiple of those. 

1. Remove the sage leaves from their stems.

2. Using the floral pins, gently fasten several pieces of sage to the foam wreath. 

sage leaves on foam wreath

3. Continue adding sage, until you have covered the entire wreath. 

sage on a wreath

4. Add a ribbon or bow to the wreath if desired. 

diy sage wreath

5. Display and enjoy!

diy sage wreath

Yield: 1 wreath

DIY Sage Wreath

diy sage wreath

This DIY sage wreath smells great! Sage is part of the mint family and it has a bit of a menthol smell, but it's also deeper and richer than mint.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Difficulty Easy

Materials

  • Foam wreath (linked below)
  • Floral pins (linked below)
  • Fresh sage, at least 3 bunches (I used 4 clamshell packages)
  • Ribbon, if desired, for hanging

Tools

Instructions

  1. Remove the sage leaves from their stems.
  2. Using the floral pins, gently fasten several pieces of sage to the foam wreath. 
  3. Continue adding sage, until you have covered the entire wreath. 
  4. Add a ribbon or bow to the wreath if desired.
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