The Easiest 2 Step Fall Wreath Anyone Can Make Themselves!

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15 Minutes
Hi, it’s Brittany from Our Home Made Easy! I am passionate about sharing easy DIY projects around the house for other busy families.

Today I want to show you how I turned made the fall wreath in our foyer. It took less than 15 minutes to make and looks like it came from a specialty home store!

You can see the full tutorial here

Sometimes we need to catch a break from starting too many DIY projects that never get finished. And this wreath is one of those times where you just need an easy project that makes you feel crafty but without a lot of headache.
Start with a plain grapevine wreath and a garland from a craft store. My garland is the Ashland brand from Michaels. You will need some floral wire and some burlap ribbon for hanging.
Step 1: Loosely lay your garland around the outer edge of your wreath.

Tip: Buy a nicer garland from the craft store since it's your entire wreath. On sale, I found this for less than $12!

Use your floral wire and tie the garland in 4-5 spots around the wreath. Generally, I placed a tie whenever it changed direction and wanted to "droop."
Step 2: Hang your wreath on a wreath holder. Slide a piece of burlap ribbon under the wreath (coming from the top) and loop it over the front of the wreath. Tuck the ribbon behind your mirror or door. A thumbtack is especially helpful.
And that is it! It's so simple, but we all need easy projects now & then. Happy crafting!

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Suggested materials:
  • Grapevine Wreath   (Craft Store)
  • Full Fall Garland   (Michaels Craft Store)
  • Floral Wire
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