While we’ve been focusing a lot on Christmas, some of you just aren’t ready to go there yet. For you, I’ve still got some nice tutorials for Fall Decor! This wreath is super easy to make and can be done in just a half hour. It’s the perfect project for those of you who want to DIY Fall Decor but just can’t find the time. This wreath is a really nice way to welcome your friends and family to your home for Thanksgiving dinner!
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Wreath picks to suit your preference
You will only need two tools for this DIY Fall Decor:
I started with a wreath form. For this project, I chose a grapevine wreath form, just because it goes great with Fall and the colors I planned to use.
Note: I always use wreath picks when making my DIY fall decor. They make it come together much faster and easier because they are already coordinated and clustered together.
Using wire cutters, I removed the stem and hot glued it into place.
Next, I added another large pick to the other side.
Now that the 2 foundation pieces are in place, I started to fill it in. My next layer was the bronze berries.
After that, I added the 3 pumpkins.
Lastly I added some straw sprays to fill the space and add some extra dimension. Depending on your wreath form and decorations, you may not need to add more. Do a little at a time – it’s easier to add more than take some out.
Finally, I hung my wreath on a vintage ladder. I love this ladder because I can leave it out all year and switch out the decor with the seasons.
I think it came out pretty nice, don’t you? Not bad for a 30-minute project!
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