Saturday, November 12, 2011

DIY Tutorial: Fall Harvest Wreath

Fall is in the air!  And, on my door! Last week, I decided I wanted to replace my Halloween wreath with something that had more of a Fall harvest feel. So I hightailed it to Michael's for materials and inspiration. Here is what I went with:

And, here is how it all came together:

  1. Starting with one color of flower (I used deep red), use the hot gun to glue each flower to the wreath at equal spacing intervals. Be sure to hold the buds in place for 15 seconds to ensure a secure bond.
  2. Then, fill in with the next color (for me, dark brown), using the glue gun to adhere. Continue this process until you are down to your final color.
  3. Finally, use the last flower color (for me, goldenrod) to fill in any gaps on the wreath.
You're done. Enjoy! 

I'm really happy with the way this project turned out. The wreath is simple, but still makes a statement with bold color. How have you made the transition into Fall for your home?


  1. Hi!
    I still haven't made any decoration for the fall, but after your lovely Tutorial I will surely think of something for my hall entrance!
    Loved the garland!
    Cheers from a BYW fellow student!

  2. Very pretty design and the photos are amazing!



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