Fall is here, yay! I love working on craft projects this time of year. So, this past weekend I made a quick trip to the store to pick up a few things to make a new wreath for fall. I couldn’t wait to get started on it as soon as I got home.
It’s very easy to get carried away buying lots of things to put on a wreath. When I try to add too much it just ends up looking like a mess, so I have learned to keep things simple. I already had the yarn and wreath on hand so I only need to pick up a few items for this project. Everything pictured was purchased at AC Moore at half off so this was an inexpensive wreath to make.
I started by wrapping the wreath with the burlap ribbon and then to add a little interest wrapped a small portion with the green yarn.
Next, I used my glue gun to add a few fall picks. The picks were a bit long so I cut off a few inches with a pair of floral wire cutters.
Don’t worry about any glue showing because you can easily cover it up with a big bow.
I hung the wreath on an antique window that I purchased from a local shop for $10.
With just a few easy to find and inexpensive supplies you can make this simple wreath too, hope you will give it a try!