Oct 3 2013

Fall Wreath Tutorial

Hi Everyone!
Today we are sharing a tutorial of this quick and easy fall wreath.

Fall Wreath 4a

Here’s what you’ll need:

Wreath Supplies

I got the burlap and burlap ribbon at Hobby Lobby (they have great prices and a 40% off coupon online).  I got the autumn branches at JoAnn Fabrics. They have an app for your phone where you can get coupons.  The rest of the materials I got at Michaels.  I found the little chalkboard in the clearance section (it’s actually a coaster) and the grapevine wreath is 14” but any size would work.  You can get the Michaels app and they have great coupons too.

Directions:

  1. First start by tucking in the long stem of the autumn branches into the grapevine wreath.  I just bend the stems to look the way I want them.  It doesn’t really matter what the top of the wreath looks like because it will be covered by the burlap bow.Fall Berries 1Fall Berries 2
  2. Then, start gluing on your moss in small pieces starting at the bottom of your grapevine wreath and working your way up on both sides.  Moss 1
  3. Next, cut some burlap ribbon (mine was approximately 38 inches long) and tie a bow at the top of your wreath.  Finish it by cutting the burlap at an angle.
  4. Hot glue your mini chalkboard on where you want it.  I chose to write “fall” on mine.
  5. Lastly, I made some little burlap roses.  To do this cut strips of burlap about one inch wide by 18 inches long.Burlap Strips
    Start twisting the burlap around itself, coiling it as you go.  Hot glue the end so it stays.Burlap Flowers 1Burlap Flowers 2Then, hot glue your roses onto your wreath. And you are done!!

    Fall Wreath 4b
    There are so many variations you could do with this wreath. Here are some other wreaths we have made in the past:

    Fall Wreath 1

 

Bird Wreath 1

Fall B Wreath

 

Hopefully this post inspired you and got your creative juices flowing.  Let us know if you make this wreath and how it turned out!  Thanks for stopping by!

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