How to Make a Simple White Fall Wreath For Your Front Door
This year I wanted to create a DIY fall wreath using a Halloween wreath I had on hand and some spray paint to give it a more muted fall tone. You can always recycle and reuse what you already have; just update it with some paint. Here's how to make a simple white fall wreath.
- Branch wreath
- Fall leaves
- Stardust mini gypsophila florals
- Small pumpkins
- Hot glue
- Spray paint in the color sand from Rustoleum
This wreath is so simple, with not too much going on. Follow along to recreate this fall wreath with me.
1. Spray-paint the wreath
This is the spray paint I used to spray paint the wreath. One can be enough. I did the back and front of the wreath.
2. Remove unwanted details
It should look something like this. You can find a wreath like this easily at a dollar store. Mine came with bats, but I removed them; you can always save them for another project.
3. Add fall leaves
I started by hot gluing the fall leaves, making sure to space them out.
I found the leaves at Dollar Tree and 1 bundle was enough. If you want it to be fuller, you need 2 more bundles.
4. Attach the gypsophila
Use floral wire to secure the stardust mini gypsophila floral. I used the brown and white florals; I picked up one bundle each from Hobby Lobby.
I placed them by stacking the brown on top of the white and following the pattern all over the entire wreath.
5. Add more leaves
I also used some of these white leaves. I'm unsure of the name, but I have seen these in Hobby Lobby. I hot glued these on the wreath wherever it needed to be fuller.
6. Glue pumpkins to the wreath
These are pumpkin picks from Dollar Tree. I used 1 pack and hot glued them onto the wreath.
DIY white fall wreath
That is all you need to create this simple white fall wreath. I personally love decorating with very muted tones for the fall but you can always change it to your decor theme.
Happy crafting, friends!
- Branch wreath (Five below)
- Fall leaves (Dollar Tree)
- Mini stardust floral (Hobby lobby)
- Hot glue (Walmart)
- Mini pumpkins (Dollar tree)
- Spray paint (Walmart)