Make an Autumn Wreath

7 Nov

Make an autumn wreath

Make an Autumn wreath

Now that Halloween is over, you can put away all the ghosts and jack-o-lanterns until next year.  The Autumn season is still in full swing so now is a perfect time to make a beautiful wreath that celebrates the colors of the season.

 

A grapevine wreath is very easy to work with and has the perfect natural look to go with the Autumnal colors.  Your choice of flowers and a bow can dress up or down the look of your wreath.

 

Prep the flowers and leaves for your wreath by cutting them off the longer stems:

Autumn wreath - prep

Now is the time to make the bow for your wreath.  Our How-to guide can be found in this post:

Autumn Wreath - make the bow

Dry-fit all of the pieces on the wreath until you get the look you want.  We recommend you take your time with this step so that you are truly happy with the final look.  Remember, there are no wrong answers here, and you can’t make any mistakes.  Enjoy this step and let your creative juices flow!

Autumn wreath - dry-fit

Once you are happy with your wreath, now is the time to hot glue all the pieces together:

Autumn Wreath - put it together

That’s it!  Your Autumn wreath is all finished.  Now all you have to do is hang it and enjoy!!!

 

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