Sometimes fall decorating can be tedious. This is true especially if you want that homemade special touch that can not be bought in a store. Luckily there are some things that you can make by hand that won’t take an entire day. Check out this easy fall wreath!
This fall wreath is almost too easy. It can easily be customized to your own style and desires and it doesn’t require any previous wreath making knowledge at all!
Once I had all the supplies gathered, this only took about 10 minutes to assemble. It cost me about $8 for the wreath form and $6 for the flowers. The price will vary depending on what you would like to put on your wreath.
Here is what you will need:
Twig wreath form (I found a blank one at JoAnn’s)
Flower pieces (I used dollar store leaves and added a sparkly accent from the craft store)
Optional: gold paint
There are many ways you can layout flowers on these twig wreath forms as they are beautiful on their own. I decided to have my wreath full on the left side of the wreath and leave the rest of the wreath empty to add interest.
Here are some ideas of layouts I found on Pinterest for some inspiration layout:
You could put flowers on the right side like this one:
Right Side Floral Layout From https://lollyjane.com/decorating-with-cotton/
You could put everything on the bottom (love the owls):
You could fill the entire wreath like this one:
Or flowers could fill up one side and then add a few accents around the wreath like this from Stonegableblog.com:
Here is how to make the wreath:
First, lay the flowers out on your wreath form so you can see how they will look.
Next, and some accent color on to your wreath form. This is optional. I added some streaks of gold using gold acrylic paint on the tips of a few of the branches to give it a nice highlight.
Add the flowers where you would like them and glue them in place with a hot glue gun.
You can also make a hanger for the back using floral wire and hot glue, or simply hang the wreath through the top opening.
See, that was easy. Too easy. If you are looking for a challenge, you can also make the twig wreath part by hand using your own twigs. Here is the tutorial I found on Pinterest from Rock River Stitches
And for those who would like to see my wreath gluing skills in action, here is my YouTube video of the wreaths’ creation!
I hope you are excited to try making your own fall wreath this year! It is so much fun and you will end up having a unique treasure that only you could create! I would love to see your wreath pictures on Instagram! #bathtubart
Here is another wreath tutorial for Halloween.
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