Making a fall wreath doesn’t have to be hard! Today we’re making a DIY 6 Minute Fall Wreath for Beginners using sunflowers pumpkins and a bow. This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
Today we’re using pre-made fall sprays, flowers and a bow to make a DIY 6 Minute Fall Wreath for Beginners. I hope I inspire you to make an easy but elegant fall wreath. Let’s get started!
Supplies for Making a DIY 6 Minute Fall Wreath for Beginners
Steps for making DIY 6 Minute Fall Wreath for Beginners
Step 1 – Begin by determining placement of your first spray on your wreath. Then attach your spray to the wreath with zip ties. Trim off the excess stem.
Step 2 – Next, attach another spray going the other direction. Use multiple zip ties to ensure they are attached and trim excess from the zip ties.
Step 3 – Once the sprays are attached you can add your bow. Use my how to make a fall bow tutorial to make a bow following my simple instructions. Remember to fluff the bow and arrange the bow streamers once it is attached. Trim any streamers that are too long.
Step 4 – Now it’s time to add the sunflowers. Add hot glue to the end of each stem and insert where you would like in your wreath.
Step 5 – To fill in the wreath and give it an airy look, add some longer stems. Add hot glue to the stems and insert into the wreath.
Step 6 – For a beautiful finished look, hot glue leaves to fill in any empty spaces as well as inside the bow.
Watch the video below for detailed instructions.
Video How to Make a 6 Minute Fall Wreath for Beginners
I hope this inspired you to make your own wreath and took some of the mystery out of it for you! It doesn’t have to be hard. Just start simple and before you know it you’ll be a pro!
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