(NOT SO) Fall DIY Decor Wreath

DaNi B. Jade
by DaNi B. Jade
5 Materials
$5
25 Minutes
Easy
This is a simple and easy wreath that I have put together! Although Fall is here, I was specifically trying to create a "NOT SO" fall theme wreath! Although this is great for Fall-- it is also great for an everyday wreath!
To see this in more depth, please check out my Youtube Channel: DaNi B. Jade

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DaNi B. Jade
Step 1: Choose Wreath
Step 1: You can use any old wreath that you may have around the house or you can purchase one from your local Dollar Tree, Craft store, or Holiday Store :)
Step 2: Select your Choice of Ribbon
Step 2: In this next step, I have chosen to use the Burlap Ribbon that I purchased from my local Dollar Tree (which is 9 ft). You will then take your choice of ribbon and wrap it halfway around the wreath, creating a semi circle.
Step 3: Glue down Chosen Hydrangeas
Step 3: During this next session, I have chosen to use green Hydrangeas that I placed on the unlaced semi-circle of the wreath. In order for this to be a neutral toned everyday wreath, I've chosen to not be so festive with the colors.
Step 4: Glue down White Berries
Step 4: Once you have glued down 1/2 of your chosen hydrangeas on the remainder of the wreath, you can now glue down the other 1/2 of the wreath with white berries!
Step 5: Cut Selected Quote from Board
Step 5: If you go to your local craft store and find that there are items that you love on a memory board-- (and if it is cardboard), you can cut the phrase/ quote that you would love to place on your wreath off and hot glue it to the wreath
Step 6: Glue Hanging Board
Step 6: You can now glue down your hanging board to the wreath and hang for display! For a simple talk-through during this video, please check out my Youtube channel!
COMPLETED PROJECT
COMPLETED PROJECT! :)
Suggested materials:
  • Wreath   (Dollar Tree)
  • Burlap Ribbon   (Dollar Tree)
  • Green Hydrangeas   (Dollar Tree)
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