Easy DIY Wood Slice Fall Wreath

3 Materials
45 Minutes
I am usually not a traditional wreath fan. I am always looking for ways to make a wreath that may not look like a traditional wreath. This Easy DIY Wood Slice Fall Wreath was made with things I found when I organized my craft supplies.
I love wood slices and thought that would make the perfect base for this wreath.
I cut jute webbing into strips to become the "basket weave" base at the bottom of the wood slice.
I hot glued the strips horizontally on the wood slice. Then, I weaved strips vertically through the horizontal pieces. In the end, I trimmed and glued down some of the pieces.
Then, I added some {aff} fall floral picks, cotton stems and hydrangeas. I love this wreath because I can use it all year round. It isn't just seasonal. I just have to change out what I have in the pocket to make it fit a new season. Anything I can use over and over again is a project I love. To see more details about this project and a supply list plus a video of me making it, then head on over to my blog post: https://mycreativedays.porch.com/diy-wood-slice-fall-wreath/
Suggested materials:
  • Cotton stems   (Amazon)
  • Fall floral picks   (amazon)
  • Wood slice   (amazon)
Lindsay Eidahl
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