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how to make a fall wreath {2021 version}

Hello friends!

A few nights ago, my mom and I made 8 fall wreaths for my cousin’s wedding! They were super easy to make and took less than 15 minutes. It’s a lovely decoration to hang on your door during fall for a pretty pop of color. All of the decorations and supplies can be found at Walmart, except the hydrangeas.

Enjoy this quick and fun tutorial!

what you need to make your own wreath:

  • an 18-inch grape-vine wreath
  • some sort of filler flowers. (I used a white mum bush)
  • blue flowers of any kind
  • a wheat bush
  • eucalyptus

how to make the wreath:

  • Prepare your materials. Cut all your flowers apart but leave about 6-8 inches of stem per flower. Then, unwrap the wheat bush.
  • Begin to tuck the pieces of the wheat bush into the wreath. I first put in the parts of the wheat bush that looked like corn husks. Then I tucked the more “plastic” pieces in. I just tucked them into about half of the grapevine wreath.
  • Once your wheat bush is tucked into the wreath, start tucking eucalyptus in evenly on one half of the wreath.
  • Everything but the hydrangea and filler flowers should be wound // tucked into the wreath. Add your flowers, filling in all the holes between the small things and the wheat bush.
  • You know have made your fall wreath! The last step is to hang it up wherever you’d like and enjoy.

what do you think?

Have you ever made a fall wreath before? Are you going to make one after reading this tutorial? If you do, make sure to let me know in the comments!

Thank you so much for reading, friends, and have a lovely day!

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1 Comment

  1. […] 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 […]

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