3D Fall Wreath

4 Materials
$15
1 Hour
Easy

Giving a spin on Fall wreaths by making a 3D wreath/ centerpiece.

Dollarama Wreath wires
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I bought this wire wreath at Dollarama. It is a set of 3 that open up together to form a globe. I bought the Fall florals at Dollarama as well. They have a large variety.

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I had some other florals at home, and some burlap ribbon (also from Dollarama), which I used to wrap around each wire.

Adding burlap
Adding Burlap

I started twisting the burlap at the top of the sphere first to cover the wire. From there, I began to wrap the burlap around one wire at a time, cutting the extra, and hot gluing it at the ends of each wire. Then repeated this for each individual wire.

Starting at the top
Hot glue it at the top
Wrap each wire with burlap

Hot glue each end of the ribbon to keep it in place.

Glue on the florals
Pull off each set of leaves from each stem.

The stems have a bunch if seperate leaves that you can just pull off. When you pull each one off, they're attached to a small wire. I poked the wires into various spots on the burlap and hot glued the leaves onto the burlap to secure them in place.

Adding a base
Make it sturdy

You can either hang the sphere wreath (like a mistletoe) or make a base for it to sit. In my case, I used a scrap piece of wood and hot glued it to the bottom of the wreath, so it could stand.

Make it hang
Make it hang

If you want it to hang, add some jute string by making a loop st the top of the wreath.

Standing 3D Wreath

I put mine ontop of a marble tray to make it a centerpiece for my coffee table.

Thanksgiving Centerpiece
Use this for early Fall decor or a Centerpiece

This 3D wreath will also double as my Thanksgiving Table centerpiece.

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