CREATE THIS EASY DIY BURLAP FALL WREATH IN ONE AFTERNOON TO ADD SOME COLOR TO YOUR FALL DECOR.
Fall is such a beautiful time of year. It’s full of beautiful colors and creates the desire to curl up on the couch with a blanket and hot cocoa. It’s a great excuse to decorate your house for the season as well. There’s something about decorating your front door that is so fun so those walking by or coming for a visit can be greeted with something so pretty. Today, you can make a very quick and simple burlap fall wreath for your front door.
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Material needed to make a burlap fall wreath
- Wreath form (I made one out of wood, but you can find them at any craft store)
- Burlap (I found mine at Joanns)
- Artificial flowers (I bought mine from the dollar store)
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Door hanger
Step by step instructions
Step 1. Cut burlap
I bought burlap by the yard from Joanns. I then cut the burlap into 4″ strips.
Step 2. Wrap burlap
Plug in your hot glue gun and wait until it’s nice and hot. Glue the end of the first strip to the back of the wreath form. When you get to the end of the strip, glue that end down. Then grab another burlap strip and continue until the wreath form is completely covered.
Step 3. Cut and glue flowers
Pull your flowers off the stems. The flowers I had had a little nub on the back that I cut off so I could get the flattest surface. Hot glue them to your wreath. I used orange and yellow flowers from the dollar store. I placed my flowers off center a bit.
Step 5. Make a bow and loop
I used the left over burlap to hang the wreath and add a bow for the top. First I glued a strip of burlap and wrapped it around a few times to make sure it was sturdy enough to hold the weight. This is used to hang from the door hanger. Then I tied a bow and glued it to the top.
This is a very easy and quick craft that you can get done in less than an hour (if your kids don’t distract you too much).
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