• heather mary garvey

Fall Flower Wreath

Updated: Nov 19, 2018

Do you love store bought Fall Wreaths but they're just so expensive? Make your own! Its easy, with just a few materials, hang up your Autumn wreath in no time!

Everyone knows Fall is one of the best times of the year for so many reasons, but especially because of the changing colors of the leaves. How better to incorporate that vibe into your home than with a statement fall flower Autumn wreath!

Materials Needed

1. Grapevine Wreath

2. Twine/ String

3. Flowers

1. Start this by cutting the stems off of the flowers leaving just about 5 inches of stem. This extra stem will help secure the flowers into place.

2. Then lay our your wreath and position the flowers into the arrangement you like. I like the look of having the flowers off to one side of the wreath so thats the design that I did.

3. Push the stems through the wreath so that the stem is sticking out the other side, then fold your stem back into the wreath, securing it in place. Start with the biggest flowers first and end by filling in the other spaces with the smallest. If needed you can glue the flowers down so they're tight.

4. Finish by attaching the twine around the top of the wreath in a knot, and your ready to hang it up! Feel free to add lights to give it that extra sparkle.

Customize it!

Stick to one color scheme, or incorporate other materials besides just flowers!

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