DIY Easy Fall Wreath
For a while now, I have tried to bring you two wreath ideas for each season. I’m sure there’s been a time or two when I’ve missed the mark…but it”s been easier lately because I’ve been making my daughter a new wreath for each season too. So I can share mine first and then hers when I get around to it! Her wreaths are usually a bit smaller and more subdued so it’s a different look too. When I saw this gray chevron ribbon at Hobby Lobby I knew it was perfect for her fall wreath.
When I saw the ribbon, I picked up a grapevine wreath and white pumpkins on a pick. I also got some leaves that were on picks too. The tiny red buds were stems in the floral section. I made the bow first and attached it to the wreath. Next I just stuck the pumpkin picks into the gravevine. Same with the leaf picks. The red buds came last. Including the time it took to attach the hanger, it was about 20 minutes from start to finish. Using the picks was really easy. No glue…no muss…no fuss.
I’ll be back on Thursday with a recipe for Pumpkin Snickerdoodle cookies…see you then!
Just click the images below to visit my favorite Fall categories and get inspired!