I wanted a new fall wreath as mine has gotten a bit faded, but I didn’t want to spend a lot on it. I found some cute ones I really liked, but they were $70 or more. I just couldn’t see spending so much for a wreath I would only use for a year or two.
Did you know you can make a pretty but simple wreath all on your own ?
All you will need are these things: everything here cost me about $20.
I started by removing the tags from the flowers and arranging them on the wreath as I wanted. I then glued them down and secured the ends with floral wire.
I then added a cute little bow to my wreath.
My wreath was cute but it needed something more. I added this B that I already had.
Have you DIY’d any fall wreaths this year? I’d love to see them!
I knew I needed a new wreath for my back door, so I decided to buy an oval grapevine wreath.
I also grabbed some ribbon from my craft cabinet and got to work. I simply cut the stems from the flowers, put the flowers into the wreath and arranged them as I liked. I then added a little hot glue to the backs of the blooms and tied a bow from my ribbon. I attached this to the top.
I was satisfied with the wreath when I finished it. And if you’re wondering how realistic the flowers are?
This sweet butterfly was surprised, too!
This wreath was easy and fun to make. Have you made any wreaths lately?
These topiaries are quick, easy, and fun to make. You all know I love a good farmhouse project, and these topiaries fall right in line with that. They remain one of my favorite projects, and I use them all the time.
I hope you enjoyed these spring crafts! Join me later this week for some spring decor tips and spring cleaning ideas.