Peacock Feather Wreath

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The completed Peacock Feather WreathWhile vacationing in Nevada, we stayed at a bed and breakfast that had a lot of peacocks wandering the grounds. I had a lot of fun picking up their feathers. When I got home, I decided to make a wreath with them.



Supplies for the Peacock Feather Wreath


  1. Cut the ends off of several feathers depending on the size of your wreath frame. My frame is very small because I didn't have a large quantity of feathers.
  2. Arrange and position the feathers starting at the top middle and working your way down on both sides of the frame. Attach feather to meal wreath with floral wire. Secure to frame by twisting ends of wire. Continue until you have gone all the way around the wreath.
  3. Adding peacock feathers to the wreath frame.
    Adding peacock feathers to the wreath frame.
  4. Tie a bow from the ribbon. Hot glue gun to the bottom of the wreath.
  5. Nice keepsake to remind me of our trip!
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November 29, 20211 found this helpful

I love peacock everything. This is very pretty!

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December 2, 20210 found this helpful

Problem: You've got a lot of feathers that you don't know what to do with.

Agitate: Peacock feathers are beautiful, but they're also really hard to work with. They're so delicate and easily bent out of shape. It's almost impossible to get them into an arrangement that looks good on your wall or in any kind of vase or basket. They just won't stay put! I had the same problem when I was trying to make this peacock feather wreath, which is why it ended up looking like a total mess!


Solution: This is where my peacock feather wreath holder comes in handy! The wire frame makes it easy for me to arrange all the feathers exactly how I want them without having them fall apart at the slightest touch. In fact, this will be perfect for those times when you need some extra help getting those stubborn Christmas lights onto your tree branches no more tangled wires cluttering up your home!

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December 3, 20210 found this helpful

My wreath is very small and lightweight. I haven't had any issues with it. It is hanging on my wall. Also, they did not bend or break while I was making the craft.

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