To me, nothing says “Welcome” and “Come In” like a beautiful wreath on the door of your home.
Purchasing a new wreath for every season or holiday can get quite expensive.
That’s why I make many of my own wreaths each season.
How to Make an Easy DIY Fall Wreath
Supplies for this DIY Fall Wreath:
Grapevine wreath form
Faux fall colored leaves (I like to get them on a garland)
4 faux pumpkins (your choice of color, vary the size)
Ribbon in a complimentary color
Hot Glue Gun
Florist Wire (to tie on the ribbon)
I love working with grapevine wreaths.
They are very forgiving and it’s easy to attach elements to it without it being noticeable.
I also recommend using wired ribbon. It holds it’s shape better.
The store didn’t have any in the black and white buffalo check, so I had to choose another option this time.
I already had the little pumpkins in my fall decor stash, but you can find them in craft stores and dollar stores.
I love the contrast of the black and white with the orange and earthy tones. So pretty!
Directions to make this Fall Wreath:
Using the hot glue, first glue the leaves on around the entire form.
Then, glue the pumpkins to the bottom, leaving a small space for the ribbon to be attached.
I offset my pumpkins by placing three on one side and one on the other.
Lastly, attach the bow with a small piece of florist wire to hold it securely in place.
And that’s it! Super easy DIY fall wreath for your door.
I hope I’ve inspired you to try making your own fall wreath too!
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