New Fall Wreath

I always like to make a new wreath for each season. Last year I chose very traditional colors for my Fall wreath, but I decided to go with a more neutral palette this year.
I am really liking it.

This is what you'll need to make this wreath, as well as a pair of snippers and floral wire. There are two wreaths because I like to pull a good amount off of an old one and attach it to the new one to make it fuller.
I used the three stems on the left for this wreath. All were purchased at Michaels. I did not use all the stems you see here. (I always buy more than I end up needing!)
First I added the fuzzy stems, followed by the twiggy stems.
Then I added a couple of sprigs of the berries, securing everything with hot glue as I went...
I added my two flower stems and the little pumpkin with hot glue as well.
Then I cut a couple of pieces of printed burlap and tucked them in.
That's it! Easy, right?
I'm enjoying the neutral colors.
Add a few mums and some pumpkins and it sure is beginning to look like Fall!
Are you more traditional when it comes to Fall decorating, or do you enjoy a change every once in a while too?
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  • Barbara Barbara on Aug 22, 2018

    What is the green flower called? I can’t find it in stores. It’s beautiful.

  • Patty Patty on Aug 23, 2018

    Beautiful, going to try and make this! I just have one question, do you attach the whole small wreath to the big one or do you use pieces from the small wreath and attach to the big wreath?

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  • Kristen Lowe Harris Kristen Lowe Harris on Aug 31, 2016
    how do you attach the small wreath to the big one? Do you take it completely apart and wrap with wire? Thank! love it!

    • I pull the extra pieces till they are really loose then lay them on top of the wreath, letting some pieces wrap around the first one, then secure with wire. 😊

  • Mari Mari on Oct 25, 2017
    I think it’s beautiful! I’m trying it!