How I Made a Fall Wreath With Dried Flowers

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I planned my girlfriends bridal shower and she liked eucalyptus and wild flowers so I got the centerpieces to match the theme. Afterwards, I let them dry out and had them out on my ottoman.

Eucalyptus dries very well and still smells great! I also had some dried lavender, the flowers themselves I just chucked since these don't hold up well. (All of the flowers were from Trader Joes, they have great selections)

I got a grape vine wreath and decided to reuse the dried flowers YET AGAIN!

I broke the pieces into smaller branches and weaved them into the frame. I had a lot of different types of eucalyptus which added a lot of dimension.

I had some of these small Styrofoam pumpkins from other décor in the past, so I stuck pipe cleaners in the back.

Then I weaved the pipe cleaners through the wreath frame as well.

What says Fall more then eucalyptus and pumpkins? (I'm a fan of pumpkin season, but then again who isn't?)

Every time you open the door there is a nice aroma of the eucalyptus oil as well.

Suggested materials:

  • Grape vine wreath   (Michaels)
  • Dried flowers   (left over)
  • Small Styrofoam pumpkins
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