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It’s that time of the year again! The leaves are starting to change, and it is getting a little bit cooler. It’s time for apple picking, pumpkin carving, and decorating your house with all things fall.
This project is a great way to get into the fall spirit and spruce up your front door.
Let me show you how to make a fall wreath just in time for this amazing season. With just a few supplies, you can make this cute wreath that will last all season long!
Since the summer has disappointed us a little this year with only a couple of weeks of sunshine, this time I decided to make one with sunflowers. To add a bit of color to the shorter and darker days.
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The supply list is super short and this fall wreath is extremely easy to make. I use faux sunflower heads, faux leaves, and natural dry grass as well as dry wheat stalks.
The wreath base is made out of blackberry vine I made last year but you can easily use a grapevine wreath. Handmade or bought one.
how to make a fall wreath step by step
Placing the sunflowers
The first step is to secure the sunflower buds/heads onto the wreath. The ones I bought are about 4inches in diameter and the heads and leaves easily detach from the main stem. I wasn’t expecting that and was ready to just cut them off.
But this way I’ll be able to reuse them again as whole flowers for another decor project. Bonus! The link above in the supplies list
Adding the sunflower leaves
The next step is to add some of the sunflower leaves and dry grass that I usually collect on my walks. If you haven’t got access to natural dried grass you can easily use fake or buy dried grass online /in flower shops.
I was going to add some wheat stalks but decided against it. The dried grass was more than enough.
And that’s it! A super simple and quick fall wreath is ready to be hung on your door. You can use different size buds and add a bow but I usually lack free time so this time wanted something very easy and super fast.
This wreath is a great way to celebrate the changing seasons! It’s also perfect for those who love nature. I hope you enjoyed this post and that it provided some inspiration for your own fall decorating.
If you have any questions about these steps, please let me know in the comments below! Happy Fall!
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