I am pretty much obsessed with burlap…in any size, color or pattern. Nothing says “welcome to my comfortable, cozy home” like a burlap wreath. If you are looking for the perfect fall decoration for your home, you have found it!
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Burlap Wreath Supplies:
Burlap Wreath Instructions:
Step 2) Wind each end of the burlap strips with floral wire leaving some extra to attach to wreath form.
Step 3) Begin looping each burlap strip through the wire form, attaching each end with the floral wire to the cross-bars of the metal wreath. I looped my burlap through the top, middle and outer rims. To create the fullness, I looped the burlap through the rims and pushed everything together.
Step 4) Continue this process around the metal form.
Step 6) “Fluff out” any twisted loops and move any loops to conceal the metal frame.
These instructions are for a very full wreath. You can reduce the rolls of burlap needed to 2 rolls if you cut each burlap strip to 6′. This will yield 5 strips per section.
There’s so many variations to creating a burlap wreath like this. You can personalize it with a initial of your last name, hang a embellishment for a holiday and change them out for each season or the next holiday to come. The options are endless and I can’t wait to see how your burlap wreath turned out.
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