As the seasons begin to change, I often find myself with an urge to create. A simple DIY wreath can be an inexpensive and fairly quick project as you only really need three things.
- Grapevine wreath
- Faux fall flowers
- Wire cutter
I love using grapevine wreaths as they are pliable and no wire is needed. You can even re-use the wreaths for each season. All of the faux fall florals I used for this wreath were found at Michaels. Here is a combined look.
My favorite find was the lemon, berry and pinecone spray.
Start with your plain grapevine wreath and begin to consider placement of your base faux florals.
For this wreath, I decided to use the eucalyptus as the base and cut the stems to size just below the last leaf.
Since the stems have wire built in, you can simply place and twist each piece into place. This wreath will be on our front door so made sure each stem was secure.
Here you can see that I placed the stems in a clockwise motion.
Next, I took the fall bundle apart and removed the dark green leaves. You can place the stem directly into the grapevine wreath.
For this wreath, I went for an off center look and placed a variety of stems on the bottom left and top right side.
Here is the final look!
If you give this fall DIY wreath a try, be sure to tag me at Maison de Mings on Instagram! I would love to share you in stories!
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