As you know I love a good affordable DIY. Today I’m sharing my Fall wreath DIY. This was a quick and easy 30 min process once I sourced all the items.
– Faux Green Stems/Spray
-Floral Scissors and Wire Cutter
I used a 24 inch wreath, you can get them at your big craft stores in various sizes. Always wait for a good coupon or sale, as you can typically get them at 40-60% off regular prices.
I love Lamb’s Ear stems which was majority of my greenery purchase. I also got some filler stems as well. Everything I purchased was 50-70% off, as I collected them over time so as not to break the bank.
Prior to clipping the stems to size, I laid out how I wanted the finished wreath to look to ensure I achieved a balanced look.
Then I started filling in the wreath with the filler stems. I used the floral wire to hold everything in place.
Once I was done with the foundation greens, I started filling in with the Lamb’s Ear using the same method.
I played around with placement until desired look was achieved. Then it was time to fill it in.
I used the filler stems to create a fuller look. Once complete, I used floral wire to reinforce the middle portion.
Now it was time for ribbon. As you probably figure I love neutral colors so stripes it was 😀. I purchased these at 50% off as well.
I’m not the best at tying bows, I could definitely use a lesson or two.
Here is the finished product:
I love how it completes this space. It’s also pretty versatile and can be used in a variety of seasons.
Total cost for this Fall Wreath DIY project was about $25. Hope you found this useful. Until next time
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