How to Make a Big, Puffy Burlap Wreath
If you’re at all familiar with the world of DIY wreathing, then you’ve probably seen one of these big, beautiful, puffy burlap wreaths at least a time or two. If you’re anything like me though, you’ve just admired these impressive wreaths from afar because honestly, they just look super time-consuming to make don’t they?
Let me just tell you. It probably took me less than 10 minutes to put this thing together once I gathered all of my supplies and got started.
Burlap wreath, where have you been all my life? I’ve been missing out!
[Psst! Have you started decorating for fall yet?! If you are looking for ideas, then check out these Fall Decor Ideas for Under $25!]
If you’d like to make a wreath like this too, here’s what you’ll need... You'll need about 2-ish rolls of burlap ribbon (the 6 inch-isa wide stuff), 1-18″ wire wreath form, and a couple of little pieces of string or ribbon or wire or some kind of attaching device.
Start out by tying a piece of string around one end of your burlap ribbon. Secure everything to the wreath form using the tails of the string.
[Hey! Looking for another really simple fall wreath to make?! Check out The 45 Second Fall Leaf Wreath!]
Working from the back of your wreath form, push a loop of ribbon through the innermost section of the three sections of your wreath form, so the loop becomes visible on the front of the wreath. [Click on the link before for even more pictures and detailed instructions on how to fasten your ribbon, just perfectly!]
- Flower Form
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Published August 30th, 2017 2:17 PM