This Mini Wreath Stand is the cutest way to display your small wreaths or signs on a table top or in a vignette.
Today I have a fun building project that’s sure to make your home décor super unique. My Mini Wreath Stand includes pieces from my favorite wood guys at Twin Knobs Woodworks and few pieces you can personalize based on what you have access to. Let me show you how mine came together.
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Supplies you’ll need to make your own Mini Wreath Stand:
- 6″ Round Riser
- 1.5″ Square Rod (Cut to desired length.)
- 1″ Trim
- 4.5″ Unfinished Wood Finials
- Single Prong Hook
- Whitecap All-In-One Mineral Paint
Start by cutting the rod portion of the wreath stand to the desired length. You can get the rod at Home Depot. It’s a 2 in. x 2 in. x 8 ft. Furring Strip Board Lumber.
I decided to use the router to “soften” the edges of the rod, but you can skip this step.
This is what the rod portion of the project looked like once it was cut down and the edges were softened.
Next, we will work on the 6″ Round Riser.
On the riser, we drilled a counter sink hole and attached the base to the rod with a screw.
Counter sinking the hole will keep the screw from scratching the surface of your table.
You can fill the counter sink hole, but we did not since it is on the under side of the base.
Next, let’s work on the finial.
First, drill a hole in the bottom of the finial.
Next, add a dowel rod to the hold that you just drilled.
Then, drill a hole in the rod that the dowel rod will fit into.
Add a bit of wood glue to the hole in the finial.
Then place the dowel rod in the hole.
Next, screw the base to the rod and add the finial on top.
At this point, we decided to add some 1 inch mitered trim for additional stability. If you like the trim look, you could also just do straight cuts for ease.
Honestly it was pretty stable without it, but Mr. Rustic is particular with his builds.
Once everything is glued into place, add some tacks to the piece for extra sturdiness.
Now that everything is glued and tacked into place, paint the entire piece using Silk All-In-One Mineral Paint in the color Whitecap.
Let the paint dry and add the hook detail.
This will be what your finished product looks like!
What a cute and unique project. I love how it looks with a Spring wreath or a small sign.
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