I love everything about fall. The crisp cool air, the changing colors of leaves, warm cozy sweaters, and of course, pumpkin spice lattes, but one of my very favorite things about fall is getting to decorate. Nothing beats a pretty DIY Fall Wreath to welcome your guests, so here is a quick and absolutely beautiful fall wreath that takes around 15 minutes to make.
This festive fall wreath is quick, easy, and oh, so pretty…just the way I like it! It is one of the designs that as a wreath seller, we have always sold tons of because it is timeless and elegant, and lasts season after season. *Some links in this post may lead to websites where we are an affiliate. Click [HERE] for our disclosure statement.*
Supplies Needed to Make a DIY Fall Wreath
- 14 Inch Grapevine Wreath
- 4 Artificial Hydrangeas
- Fall Leaves
- Burlap Ribbon, Fall Ribbon or Pre-made Bow – Here is a great tutorial on how to make a bow using a Bowdabra bow maker or click here for a hand tied bow tutorial.
- Bowdabra (optional)
- Wire Cutters
- Florist Wire
- Glue Gun (Here is the link to the Glue Skillet we use!)
- Glue Sticks
This simple and quick fall wreath is so fun to make! One great thing about it is that you can change out the hydrangea stems for different seasons, and replace the fall leaves with ficus leaves, or simply use the hydrangea leaves that come on the stem or bush of flowers that you are already using. You could replace the fall colored hydrangeas with pink hydrangeas for spring, and red and white hydrangea stems for the holiday season.
There are so many fun possibilities with this wreath. If you loved this DIY project be sure to let us know! If you would like to learn how you can make and sell designer door wreaths, be sure to join Design With The Pros Club HERE!
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