Time to change the decor! Summer seemed short, but school has started and the sumac leaves are starting to turn.That means fall is here!
This fall wreath is so quick and easy to make. It took less than 30 minutes to put together. It makes a wonderful addition to your fall decorations. You may have some of the supplies already on hand.
I used four large artificial ruby-colored hydrangeas for the main accents on this fall wreath. (I watched for the sale on these!) A straw or wire wreath works the best. (I don’t like styrofoam as they sometimes break apart especially if you drop it.)
Next, I filled in with artificial fall leaves that I happened to have on hand.
Finally, I added a few berry picks, too.
Everything is hot glued in place.
Finish your fall wreath with a bow! If you prefer, change the bow to a plain burlap one or whatever you may have on hand!
I saw a similar idea at a craft store, but it was so easy to replicate with some of my materials.
Hope this gives you a simple idea to try!
I’ll be able to enjoy this fall wreath through Thanksgiving!
Give it a try!
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