September 20, 2011

Fall Wreath Tutorial

I have this wreath is on my Pinterest “fall” page – it’s from Williams-Sonoma and is really beautiful, but I thought it would be fun to try to make it. Want to try to make it too? It was really easy and took about 30 minutes to complete. How’s that for a fun fall project?
Here’s what you need (I purchased everything at JoAnn Fabrics – no coupon, it was about $20):
(I used a grapevine wreath, even though I’m pretty sure the original one used something different )
(I didn’t cover the wreath – just some to add interest and a different texture)
faux pumpkins
(I used two different sizes – the original uses one size)
brown grosgrain ribbon
glue gun and glue sticks
And the steps to make this fun fall wreath:
bring wreath outside because the moss is MESSY – work a little moss into the nooks and crannies of the wreath
Using a glue gun and plenty of glue sticks attach the mini pumpkins
cut brown grosgrain ribbon a little longer than the wreath so you can trim accordingly
I am terrible at making decorative bows the “normal” way, so I use lots of glue and make faux bows
and the completed wreath
Have you put up a fall wreath yet?

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