Fall Pampas Wreath

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1 Hour

I know that pampas is a big trend, and honestly I love it! Such a light and airy addition to any home decor. So, this fall I decided to create a diy pampas wreath.


For this project I used a 19” steel ring, natural cotton cord, a glue gun, green floral wire, and some pampas grass from down the street.

First I wrapped my ring with the cotton cord to give it a more soft look.

I found that cutting sections of cord and wrapping the ring was much easier than trying to use one long piece.

This was my first section. I just tied the cord in knots at each end and then used hot glue to secure them.

After the cord is wrapped all around I started starching my pampas.

i used green floral wire to secure the pampas. And ran the pieces around the ring all facing the same direction.

Once that was finished, using my hot glue, I added a few of the green leaves that were on my pampas to add a little extra color and texture.

Very simple and inexpensive fall wreath that adds texture and warmth without being overwhelming.

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  • Val Val on Oct 15, 2020

    That's lovely, wonderful job!

  • Johanne Palange Johanne Palange on Oct 17, 2020

    This asymetrical effect just looks odd and unbalanced to me. I would have just put the pampas grass, which is lovely, all around the hoop and not bothered with the cording.