Wanda is sharing how to make a quick and easy fall wreath with this tutorial:
We are approaching the end of September and it’s time to start decorating for Fall and Thanksgiving. Fall wreaths are a very easy and popular way to decorate your front door and your home.
Today I am sharing a quick and easy way to make a Fall wreath.
This wreath should take about 10 minutes from start to finish and is easy enough for beginners. All of the items can be found at any craft store.
Quick and Easy Fall Wreath Tutorial
- corn husk wreath, these come in different sizes, I used the small one for the space I wanted to hang this wreath. You will need the large one for your front door.
- ribbon, you can find many colors and patterns to match your wreath
- 2 stalks of wheat
- 1 large berry pick, these also come in different sizes, I chose the large one.
- 2 artificial leaf stems
- small pine cones, acorns, or pumpkins, anything that is about an inch or two in size
- hot glue gun
You will be embellishing the left side of this wreath.
Start with the 2 stalks of wheat, each stalk should fan out, in the shape of a V, and hot glue them to the wreath. Click to see tips for using a hot glue gun.
Hot glue the berry pick in the middle of the 2 wheat stalks.
Glue your leaves on both sides of the berry pick, they will fan out like the wheat stalks.
Hot glue your acorns, pine cones, or pumpkins towards the bottom of the stems, this will cover up the stems.
Wrap your ribbon around the stems and the wreath, then tie it into a bow. The length of you bow is up to you, the ribbon for this small wreath is 36 inches long.
Hang your wreath and enjoy the season!