DIY Fall Wreath

3 Materials
15 Minutes

This simple wreath is so quick and easy to make! Fall florals always just seem to add warmth to a space!

Start with a bamboo hoop and 3-6 floral stems (depending on the size and fullness you want). I saw embroidery hoops on an endcap at Walmart and grabbed one of those for mine—those work ok also!

Lie out all of your florals out and decide how you’d like it to look. I used 3 full stems and a couple flowers cut from a 4th stem to make my wreath.

Take your first stem and bend it to the shape of your hoop. Use the floral wire to wrap around the hoop and the stem and secure it. I wrapped this several times in different areas along the stem. You can use wire cutters to cut off extra length on the stems if you want. I decided to leave all of my stems intact in case I ever decided to reuse them in a vase or something else!

Take your next stem and repeat the process. With this one I split it and bent part of it to the other side. It’s probably easier to cut it, but this worked out ok for me!

When I wrapped the remaining stems with the floral wire, I tried to wrap it right on top of the wire I used with the first stem. You’ll want to make sure the wire is all covered by the florals at the end, and that’s much easier if you don’t have floral wire in a ton of different spots around the hoop.

Continue this process with any remaining stems. The last step is to fluff everything up and bend things into place so that the wire is not showing in any areas. That’s it!

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Wreaths aren’t only for the front door! (Although I did have it there for a while!) I switched things up and I think it cozies up this corner. It also looks cute hung with the florals on the bottom!

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