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how to make a fall wreath {2022 version}

Hello, my friends!

If you’ve been following my blog long enough, you may remember the first-ever wreath post I wrote last year. I’ve also created a spring wreath, and today, I’m going to share how to make another fall wreath. I had a lot of fun making this simple wreath and it took me only a few minutes.

Enjoy scrolling through this tutorial and maybe even try making your own!

what you need for your own wreath

  • a grapevine wreath of any size (whatever size you choose, note that the smaller size you use, the fewer flowers and filler you’ll need)
  • red sunflowers
  • yellow sunflowers
  • orange sunflowers
  • leaf garland
  • tiny pumpkins

how to make your own wreath

Start by loosely wrapping your leaf garland around the wreath. Don’t bother tucking it in too tight because the flowers will keep it in.

Next, take the orange sunflowers and take off the stems and leaves. You can do this by twisting it, or grabbing a pair of scissors / wire cutters, and doing it that way. Leave enough room on the stem so that you can use it to tuck it into the wreath.

Once that is finished, begin tucking in your orange sunflowers and tuck them into the wreath. You can use them to keep the leaves down by sticking them in around the wreath.

Follow the same steps with both your orange and yellow sunflowers.

Take your pumpkins and tuck them in wherever you see fit in the wreath. If there’s a gap, rearrange the flowers so it fits.

Lastly, hang it up! Find a place for your wreath to stay and bring a bit of fall into your home. You can always go with the traditional just hanging it up on the door, or I have one hanging up on the wall in my room. We also have one on the mirror on the mantel in the living room! There are plenty of different places to put your wreath.

what do you think?

Have you ever made a fall wreath before? What do you think about pumpkins in a wreath? What was your favorite picture from this post?

Thank you so much for reading, friends, and have a beautiful rest of your day!


  1. So snapping the flowers on the indent is the most brilliant thing I have learned in awhile!

    Your love for sunflowers is evident in this wreath!

  2. Molly Jenae says:

    Very pretty!

    1. Thank you, Molly!

  3. These are so cute!

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