A few weeks ago I found a
struggling plain wreath base at Goodwill for $2. I didn’t have a specific plan for it, but at that price, I couldn’t pass it up. Fast forward to last weekend when I got the itch for a new Fall wreath in our dining room and snagged some Fall greenery at JoAnn’s on major sale. While I love it for the season we are going into, I think it will transition well into Spring and Summer. Major win, especially since the whole thing cost me $11 total!
I put it together almost exactly like I did the tulip wreath I made this Spring. Once again, I’m a bad blogger and didn’t get step by step photos because I was trying to work quickly while my daughter napped. Ooops!
What you’ll need:
- grapevine wreath base
- 3 bunches of greenery – more or less depending on size of wreath and desired fullness
- floral wire
- scissors or clippers
Start by pulling apart the bunches, if you can. Each of mine separated into 4 or 5 smaller bunches. Lay all of them out on your wreath form in an overlapping pattern to make sure you have enough greenery to cover it. Cut a long piece of floral wire and attach a small bunch near the end of the stem. Repeat this process overlapping the bunches until your whole wreath form is covered. Voila! Your very own Fall wreath.
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