DIY Fall Wreath

3 Materials
45 Minutes

Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. I love Fall because it means craft time and getting the hot glue gun out! So let's get started making a beautiful Fall wreath.

This is our finished project. I picked floral stems with corn husks and wheat. I added white pumpkins because I wanted a really neutral look for my wreath. I also added two grapevine pumpkins to complete the look!

I chose a Grapevine Wreath and added stems, a bow, and pumpkins to the top of the wreath. I love to see the natural grapevine in the design!

I chose fall stems that were already full and had a lot of different blooms on them. Choosing stems that are full makes it so much easier to make a wreath.

This is a close up of the large Fall stem I used in my wreath. It's important to not trim the long stem. You use the large stem to wind it into the wreath. You then use the floral wire to secure the "floral" side of the stem to the wreath.

Next, I added my bow, sunflowers, and pumpkins. I added some flowers to give the wreath some whimsy! Check out my video for details on this wreath I created in under an hour. Have a wonderful day!

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Jennifer Decorates
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