How to Make an Easy Fall Wreath

Tracy Graham
by Tracy Graham
4 Materials
15 Minutes

If you have 15 minutes, you can create a gorgeous Fall wreath for your front porch. It is super easy and creates such a beautiful entry in to your home!

I am always looking for fun crafts to do and this one fit the bill for this week! Do you ever get in that crafty mood and head to the store just to find something to make? I have been doing that a lot lately. Good thing it is the holiday season because there is so much inspiration.

Here is a quick look at the finished project so you get an idea of where we are heading. Isn't it so pretty? Love the Fall colors. I wanted the colors outside to tie in with the colors I am using inside.

Step : Get your supplies

You will need flowers of your choice, glue gun and glue sticks, grapevine wreath, ribbon.

Step 2: Place flowers without glue

Place your flowers around to get a feel for where you want them before gluing them down.

Step 3: Glue flowers

Now, just go around the wreath and glue the flowers to the wreath.

Step 4: Attach ribbon

Choose whatever ribbon you like and then attach it to the top of the wreath. I just tied a knot in the ribbon and viola!

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