Easy Fall Wreath

             This easy fall wreath will make you want to do even more DIY Fall                crafts since it’s so simple to create your own.

This easy fall wreath will make you want to do even more DIY Fall                crafts since it's so simple to create your own.

Hey y’all…we hope that you had a wonderful, long weekend. We are so glad that we had the opportunity to relax at the lake. We ate good food, shared a few special bevs, went on some wild boat rides and most importantly shared a great weekend together.

Jennifer and I even had a little bit of time to create a couple of fall projects. As you know, this is our favorite season. Can we sing out a giant “Woop Woop” as today is the day Starbucks brings back the Pumpkin Spice Latte? Yes, we are those people!

Now, back to business…Being that we were together it was so fun to plan out our crafts, decor and recipes for Fall. Hold onto your hats because we have a lot of fun things in store for y’all!

Like this easy Fall wreath. This literally took all of 5 minutes to craft. This post also contains affiliate links.

Easy Fall Wreath - DIY in just 5 minutes. Super cute, colorful and easy to make.

Supplies we used:

Craft Foam Ring
8 Large Fall Floral Stems with Thick Stems
Wire Cutters
Pen for Marking Floral Ring

The length to cut the flora stems will depend on thick the wreath form is. Using the wire cutters makes this process easy.

Using wire cutters, carefully cut the stems leaving approximately a one-inch stem…

Be careful not to cut the stems too short. You will want to leave about an inch.

…Mark the floral foam ring with 8 dots, evenly spaced out.

Using a pen, you will make eight dots evenly spaced. This is where you will place your floral stem.

Add a floral stem to each dot, pressing firmly until the stem enters the foam all of the way, but not through the backside of the foam…

Using the pen mark as a guide, put the floral stem into the wreath form. Just be sure you don't go through to the other side.

 

Work the floral stems into the wreath form. You'll want to wreath to look full.

 

You don't need to make the floral stems flush with the foam. Just make sure they are secure.

And that is it! We aren’t even sure of what type of flowers these are, but they make a big impact on the wreath.

This easy Fall wreath only took 5 minutes. It looks great on the front door.

It makes a bold statement against the charcoal gray door…

This is one of the easiest crafts we have done. This DIY Fall Wreath literally took five minutes.

 

Using brown and orange faux flowers was perfect for the Fall wreath. The large floral stems make a statement.

 

The stack stone and gray door really make the orange floral stems pop. Such an easy and cute craft.

Doesn’t it look great?

This is a great Fall project to make. This DIY Fall Wreath is such a cute craft.

It’s amazing how 5 minutes can make such a difference 🙂 Have you made a front door wreath for Fall? We would love to see it!

XO~Vicki and Jenn

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Comments

  1. says

    Wow! Beautiful wreath! Can’t believe this is from the dollar store. Heading there today to hopefully find these…and get a PSL! Have a good day!

    • says

      Hey Kimm – yes you do! When we were at the lake, Dollar General is about the only place to shop and we were pleasantly surprised that they had artificial flowers in store. So glad you love PSL season too!
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  2. kim says

    Ladies, love your idea, don’t know why I never thought of this, I’m going to be a checking out your other posts, I’m really happy to have found you 😉

  3. says

    Wow! I’m just seeing this and am excited to get busy making some wreaths! We have a double front door so I need two of whatever I put there which can get costly. This is the perfect solution! Have a wonderful weekend ladies!
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  4. Diane says

    Hi ladies these silk blooms are dahlias. Beautiful colours against the grey absolutely love it.

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