Today I have a pretty fall wreath tutorial to share with you. This wreath incorporates soft pinks, gold and a few more traditional colors. Plus, most of the supplies are from the dollar store so it won’t break the bank!
How to Make a Pretty Fall Wreath
Watch this quick video tutorial to see exactly how I created this fall wreath.
- willow wreath form
- large faux flowers
- metallic foam pumpkins
- foam acorns
- wheat stems
- hot glue gun
- shears or side cutters
- skewers and toothpicks
- Using wire cutters, cut the stems approximately 6-8″ long.
- Starting with the largest stems, poke each one into the wreath leaving spaces for the smaller fillers.
- Poke a bamboo bbq skewer into a foam pumpkin. Cut the skewer 6-8″ long. This will allow you to place into the wreath securely.
- Remove fall leaves from the main stem and arrange them under the larger decorations securing with hot glue.
- Cut wheat from the main stems and arrange on the outside edges of the wreath.
- Fill in empty spaces with additional leaves.
- Add small accent decorations. I used pinecones, feathers, and acorns to add a touch of fall whimsy to the fall wreath.
This tutorial is perfect for indoors or out!
Check out this grapevine wreath from The DIY Mommy using a similar color scheme, I absolutely love hers!
My home is the perfect color for fall, check out our fall front porch decorating ideas.
Have you made a fall wreath before? Let me know in a comment below!