Easy Grapevine Wreath For Fall

Say Hello To Fall! I know it’s not quite September, not quite fall and beach weather is still here. But, I was ready to start making some new fall decor anyway! I’ve been seeing lots of fall wreaths already and I’ll admit that spurred me into action. This grapevine wreath took less than thirty minutes to put together with supplies I had on hand.
I sorted through my fall craft supplies and I found a grapevine wreath, some stems and picks, burlap ribbon and some rolled felt flowers I made last year. I spread it all out on the floor before deciding how my wreath was going to look.

I’m not sure when I bought these stems and picks, but they came in handy for this. Don’t you love it when you find something stashed away that you can now use?
I started by sorting the stems and pulling out the ones I wanted to use. I wanted to see if I could make them secure enough in the wreath without using glue.
By weaving them through the grapevine, it worked. After they were secure, I trimmed off the bottom parts of the stems.
I hot glued felt flowers to the other side of the wreath. I made these last year, but making new ones would have only taken a few minutes. I added in a few green foam leaves.
I used wired burlap ribbon to make the bow for the center and hot glued it in place.I usually like to use a piece of twine, but the weight of this bow was too heavy for that.
My neighbors may think it’s too early for fall decor to start showing up in the neighborhood, but that’s ok. Maybe this will lure some cooler weather!

You can easily make a wreath like this with only a few supplies and in under 30 minutes. .
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