Gorgeous Fall Wreath in 15 Minutes!
Learn how to make a gorgeous fall wreath in fifteen minutes. This quick, easy, rustic fall wreath is super affordable and fun to make.
I received so many kind words on my fall home tour about my super easy (gorgeous) fall wreath (y’all like it as much as I do), I figured a quick tutorial was in order.
Seriously… this one is quick! As a matter of fact, this lovely wreath is so quick and easy to make, it only takes 15 minutes.
Really… it’s that easy, and super affordable, too!
AND, you’ll be able to use the sunburst grapevine wreath over and over again! Let’s get to it!
- Grapevine Spray Wreath (I got mine at Hobby Lobby)
- Cream colored faux berries (or any color you choose... get the big ones)
- Fall colored eucalyptus leaves (again, you can use any color you like)
- Thin floral wire
- Wire cutters
That's it! You don't even need any glue!
Cut apart your leaves and berries into usable stems.
Again, this is really up to you how you want it to look... You can always add more, or cut away, too!
Then start inserting your eucalyptus sprays into the inner part of the grapevine wreath. You want your grapevine spray to be exposed.
After you've placed your stems where you want them, take some floral wire and cut and bend to make 'u' shapes.
Insert over the stems and through the grapevine and twist in the back (twist once or twice at the most).
Add the berries where ever you like... I prefer a few around the perimeter, and more dense on the side.
If you have any bare spots, cover with more eucalyptus or any coordinating greenery you might have!
And that's it!
This wreath is not only wonderful for the fall, but because no glue is involved, you can re-use the grapevine wreath for every season!
Visit the blog for a detailed tutorial on how to make this gorgeous 15-minute fall wreath!