5 Minute Fall Wreath

2 Materials
$5
5 Minutes
Easy

Who wants a no-fuss easy project for Fall…raise ’em up!!! My 5 minute Fall wreath is a perfect choice! Not only is this little wreath quick to put together it’s cheap too… let’s get started.


supplies

To make this wreath I used a bamboo wreath from the Dollar Tree and a few leaves from a bunch I got at Michael’s.

The cream maple leaves I’m using have a slight sepia tone to them that fits in with a light or neutral Fall look. This is also the perfect look for early Fall when you want to start changing over your decor from Summer but don’t want the full-out pumpkinpalooza!!

making the wreath

The first step is to pluck the leaves off the main stems. The bush of stems has a variety of different size leaves.

I started on one side of the wreath by securing a set of leaves. Most of the stems I slipped under the bamboo of the wreath to keep them in place, but I did have a stubborn couple of leaves that I needed to hot glue in place.

It’s important to vary the size of the leaves as you are working your way down the wreath. It will give it a full look ( and it most definitely won’t look like it only took us a couple of minutes to whip it together!!)

This is going to be an asymmetrical wreath so I only added leaves to the bottom half of the bamboo form.


It would be just as lovely if you continued on and covered the form with the leaves.

All finished!! Now wasn’t that easy!!


5 minute fall wreath

Are you looking for more seasonal ideas? I have hundreds! Please stop by my seasonal decorating page for more fun ideas!!

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Jennifer Howard| Cottage On Bunker Hill
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