Happy Saturday ya’ll! Boy am I glad you stopped by, because I have an easy, inexpensive project I know you’ll love. Since this is the first weekend of Fall, I felt it was appropriate to bring out the décor. So, today I will showcase my DIY Fall Wreath.
There are so many gorgeous wreaths on the market, but they’re usually quite costly . With a little creativity and less than 30 minutes, you too can achieve the perfect accessory for your front door.
All you need is:
Faux flowers and or leaves of choice
First, start by trimming the leaves so you’re able to make two bouquets. For me, this required 4 steams. Once your bouquets are gathered to your liking, zip tie the stems together. Set aside.
In order to save myself some money, and space, I took my Spring Wreath, and disassemble the flowers and bow. Once that was complete, I was ready to assemble my Fall décor. I chose to keep my monogram letter on the existing wreath.
Arrange the leaves on the wreath, leaving a small space in between for the bow. Zip tie the leaves to the wreath, trimming any excess stems. With another zip tie, place the bow in between the arrangements, and attach. The reason why I choose to use zip ties is so I am able to change my wreath depending on the season. Of course, if that is not your objective, hot glue would work as well.
That’s it! Easy, right?!? And the possibilities are endless! When I first went to Michaels I had no idea what color or type of leaves I wanted. In fact, I initially picked up orange and brown sunflowers. That’s what I love about this project, you can personalize it any way you like!
Tag me on Instagram and use the hashtag #theluckypear. I would LOVE to see what you’ve created!!