Fall Leaf Wreath

Abbey D
by Abbey D
2 Materials
30 Minutes
Do you guys want an easy idea for fall crafting? Whether you're a seasoned crafter or not, this Fall Leaf Wreath is something you ALL can do with just a few minutes, a wreath form, leaves and a hot glue gun!
Start by gluing leaves around the inside of the wreath form and then working your way outside. Fill in all of the form with leaves by hot gluing them directly onto the styrofoam.
Once completely covered, you make your bow!
To make your bow:

Lay out your fabric. I cut mine into a rectangle and depending on how big you want it, you can adjust the size. I’d start large and then whittle it down if needed. Cut another longer piece about 2 inches wide to tie your bow off with.

Fold your fabric on top of itself length wise, meeting but not overlapping in the middle

Fold your bow in again width wise, meeting but not overlapping in the middle

Pinch center of the bow and then use your longer piece from Step One to tie it off.
Once all done, display your hard work proudly on your door for everyone to admire and wonder where you bought your awesome wreath from ;)

Want more fun Fall Ideas? Check out my blog for fun projects like....

Check out my Fall Porch Tour with World Market last year!
You may also enjoy my Fall Porch Mantel from last year! One of my favorites!

These are all easy ways to decorate for fall in an affordable and easy way! And the decor is timeless! Win Win!
Suggested materials:
  • Wreath form   (Michaels)
  • Hot Glue   (Michaels)
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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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