DIY Fall Wreath
Making a budget friendly DIY wreath. This was a quick and easy 30 min process
- Grapevine Wreath
- Faux Green Stems/Spray
-Floral Scissors and Wire Cutter
I used a 24 inch wreath, you can get them at your big craft stores in various sizes. Always wait for a good coupon or sale, as you can typically get them at 40-60% off regular prices. All greenery was purchased at 50-70% off.
Prior to clipping the stems to size, I recommend to lay out the stems to get look you are wanting to achieve prior to completing project.
Using fuller and longer stems as the base, I started filling in the wreath with the filler stems using floral wire to hold everything in place.
Once the base was filled in with greens, I filled in the top layer. I love Lambs ear and decided to go with that.
Playing around with placement until desired look was achieved. Then it was time to fill in the top level.
Used single stems to create a fuller look. Once complete, I reinforced the middle section with floral wire.
Now it was time for ribbon. I love neutral colors and wanted to keep with the cool tones of the greenery. I opted for a striped pattern that was also purchased on sale.
Tying bows are not my strong suit, so it took a couple of tries to get it 'perfect'
Here is the finished project.
I love how it completes this space. It's also pretty versatile and can be used in a variety of seasons. Total cost for this Fall Wreath DIY project was about $25.