Who else is ready for fall? I am so excited to show you how to make a simple fall grapevine wreath today!
I put together this quick and easy wreath tutorial for you. These three wreaths, only took me about 25 minutes to make, and all for under $30.
So if you are looking for a wreath for your front door, or want to sprinkle some fall on your walls this season, this is the DIY for you!
I am always looking for a budget friendly way to add new decor to my home for each new season. You can make this elegant, budget friendly project for about $10 a wreath,
First here are all the supplies you will need.
Now that we have all of our supplies let’s get started.
Now I will walk you through exactly how I made these three fall wreaths.
Be prepared to make a mess. Grapevine wreaths tend to shed when you are working with them.
The first thing I did was grab a wheat bush for each wreath.
Separated them down the middle so half of the bush was on one side, and half was on the other.
Once they were separated I took floral wire and secured each side. I pushed the stem through the back of the grapevine wreath before securing.
Now it was time to add the flowers. I only used 2 bushels of flowers between all three wreaths.
I attached two cream flowers to the middle then a yellow and rust one to each side to balance it off.
next I places a little hot glue to make sure the flowers remain in place.
Using this adorable orange gingham ribbon I tied three simple ribbons to add to the top of the wreath. You could use a much thicker ribbon just depending on your preference.
Once I had them all tied I used a little bit of hot glue to put them in place.
It is definitely time to add a bit of fall flare to this empty accent wall.
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For more fall inspiration check out my fall porch tour from 2020!
Love the toilet roll pumpkins!!
Just wish I could see the bottom! Didn’t know if you wrapped or cut the yarn,
I did wrap all the way around. Sorry for the confusion.