DIY Fall Ribbon Wreath in Neutral Colors

Emily Counts
by Emily Counts
6 Materials
1 Hour
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Looking for a pretty yet easy DIY fall wreath idea? I have just the project for you! This DIY fall ribbon wreath is super easy to make with limited time and a limited budget.

First, cut the ribbon into 8-inch long pieces. For my wreath, I used approximately 4 spools of ribbon. The total amount you use will vary, so I recommend using up about half of each roll of ribbon type and see how far that gets you before cutting more.

Note: Using a mix of ribbons gives your wreath texture and dimension, so choose ribbons with varying colors and looks.
Starting with the outside edge of your wreath frame, tie the white fabric (or white ribbon) onto the wire. To tie it, fold the ribbon in half and loop the loose ends through the folded end to create a knot. 
Tie a string across the wreath. It’s placed a bit above center on each side and I left it a little loose to create that slight swoop.
And here it is hung up above the end table next to our couch.

I love the combination of burlap and creams with the subtle sparkle on this DIY fall ribbon wreath. Look at all that neutral, textured goodness. And the simple fall pennant banner is the cutest finishing touch!

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Suggested materials:
  • Decorative Ribbon (I used one cream and two sparkly ribbons)
  • Burlap Ribbon (I used 1-inch width)
  • Fabric Strips (I used white sheets cut into 1×8 inch strips)
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