Fall Wreath DIY
I love DIY’s; especially seasonal ones! Making seasonal DIY’s is such a fun way to get into the spirit of the season. My good friend Chrystal and I thought it would be fun to make fall wreaths together. We watched Harry Potter movies and made sugar cookies to enjoy while making our wreaths. Chrystal even treated us to pumpkin spice lattes! It was the perfect fall afternoon spent with a great friend.
I wanted to share our fall wreath DIY with you today. This was a really simple DIY under $15 and it only took us 15 min to make! I hope you enjoy it.
-faux fall leaf stems
-faux fall flower bundle
-faux fall berries
-hot glue gun
Step 1: I started by tucking my leaf stems into the wreath where I wanted them. I trimmed the extra stem off the back. After my hot glue gun had heated, I glued the leaves down in several spots to make sure they stayed in place.
Step 2: I tucked my flower bundle in where I wanted it and trimmed the extra stem. The flower bundle was pretty secure and didn’t need any extra glueing.
Step 3: My wreath was starting to look beautiful but a little bare. the fall berries were the perfect touch. I had previously trimmed the berries into little bunches off of the branch I bought. I placed a dab of hot glue on the end of the stems and tucked them into the wreath randomly.
I tucked them randomly into the leaves as well. I love the look of the berries!
I am so happy with the finished product! I was going to use jute to hang it from my door but decided not to. The wreath pops perfectly agains my red door!
Now my door step is ready for the fall season!
Here is the step by step tutorial on my YouTube channel: