A Natural Leaf Fall Wreath... Straight Off the Tree!


No need for fancy supplies if you desire a little splash of fall decorating for your home. Just go raid your own trees to make a quick fall inspired wreath! But don't delay.. those leaves are falling quick...
a natural leaf fall wreath straight off the tree, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, wreaths, A fall wreath comes together instantly with just a little natural backyard beauty
A fall wreath comes together instantly with just a little natural backyard beauty.
a natural leaf fall wreath straight off the tree, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, wreaths, Clip off branches with leaves still attached No need for a craft store this round Then tuck the branches into some kind of base I used a wrapped twig wreath No glue was necessary
Clip off branches with leaves still attached. No need for a craft store this round. Then tuck the branches into some kind of base. (I used a wrapped twig wreath) No glue was necessary.
a natural leaf fall wreath straight off the tree, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, wreaths, Every project goes better with a little junk doncha think
Every project goes better with a little junk, doncha think?
a natural leaf fall wreath straight off the tree, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, wreaths, The result is an all natural leaf fall wreath colour coordinated with your trees Who does that
The result is an all natural leaf fall wreath, colour coordinated with your trees! Who does that? :)
Funky Junk Interiors - Donna

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  • Lorraine F
    on Nov 17, 2012

    I love doing this kind of thing too! Cheap and natural! Looks great!

  • Janet Ritchie
    on Dec 18, 2015

    Have you ever used other natural dried elements such as milkweed pods or wild rose hips or bittersweet? I have even added some wild phesant or turkey feathers and some pom pom chrysanthrum blossoms for more color.

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