Pampas Grass – also known by cortaderia selloana — is the year’s newest trend. This week’s DIY wreath is made with Pampas Grass, Dried Poppy Heads & wheat. Who knew we’d collectively fall in love with grass, of all things? These gorgeous waving wheat-toned grasses recall vintage gardens and pastoral pastures. Just one stalk perfectly complement’s modern decor.

Below, discover the recipe and easy to follow step by step guide or find the entire demonstration video on our Facebook page.


1 x Natural Vine Wreath

1 x bunch Pampas Grass

1 x bunch Wheat 

1 x bunch of Dried Poppy Heads

1 x pack of Green Stub Wire 0.71mm

1 x roll of Natural Twine

1 x Sharp Scissors

Step by Step Guide:

Step 1

Begin by breaking down the pampass grass into smaller pieces and adding to the natural vine wreath using natural twine.


Step 2

Continue adding to the natural vine wreath until you are happy with the coverage of Pampas grass. Depending on how large or ‘fluffy’ you would like the grass to be.


Step 3

Next step is to add the wheat to the design. Cluster into 3 or 4 stems and secure onto the wreath with the twine.


Step 4

Next, add the remaining dried decor including lotus and poppy heads to the wreath securing with the twine. You could use wire, however on this occasion the wreath is completely biodegrabeable.


Step 5

Add a hanger to the natural wine wreath to hang indoors for add to your Christmas (or any time throughout the year) decor or give as a gift. Loop the twine and secure with a double knot.


Thank you for reading our guide on How to Create your own Christmas wreath this year. If you have any questions on the process or the quantities required, please write a comment in the section below. We would also love to see all of your Christmas creations, from wreaths to festive arrangements, post below or email us directly at

If you are interested in more of our How to Guides related to Christmas, for example, How to Create a Modern Wreath using Eucalyptus, Pinus and Pheasant Feathers, How to Make a Advent Wreath or How to Make a Kissing Ball for your Hallway. Just visit our website here.

For all of the ingredients mentioned on the blog, visit our website or contact us directly on 01394 385 832 to speak directly with our advisors.




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