Diy Neutral Fall Wreath

3 Materials
$5
1 Hour
Easy

I have needed a new Fall Wreath. But I have looked and just haven't wanted or could pay the prices that they want for them. Plus I like neutral and I like unique. So I brainstormed and came up with this version.

Items I used

I used about 3/4 of a yard of muslin. I bought the wreath frame at the dollar store it's the 3d wreath and I just used two of the rings. I had different sprigs to add already in my stash.

Cutting the strips

I cut the muslin into about one inch strips and 8" and 4" strips the 8" ones I used on the larger ring and the 4" strips on the smaller ring.

Pat of it done
All the strips attached
Adding sprigs

I just used my hot glue gun to attach my sprigs to the material. And I started layering. You could use anything on your wreath to make it your own

Adding berries

I decided I wanted to add some dimension to it so I added some berries and a sunflower.

Finished wreath

I'm really liking how it turned out. There are so many variations you could do. As I was doing this one I thought it would look nice with yellow as the outer ring and brown in the center as a sunflower. Hope this have you some inspiration to start your own wreath. Let me know if you do.

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