I told myself that I wasn’t going to make any fall-related crafts until September, but I couldn’t help myself. I saw the autumn leaf decor at Pat Catan’s today and wanted to use it to make a Fall wreath. I love the colors!
It took about an hour to make and the materials cost about $12. Not too bad if you ask me!
Things You Will Need
Hot-melt glue gun
Paint your letters and let them dry.
In the meantime you can wrap your autumn leaves around your wreath base and glue them into place.
Cut a piece of burlap long enough to stretch across your wreath and wrap about the back.
Glue it tightly into place.
Glue your letters across the burlap so they stretch across the length of the wreath.
Tie on your ribbon and hang up your new fall wreath!
I’d love to know what you think! Leave me some feedback in the comments 🙂
8 thoughts on “DIY Fall Wreath Decor”
Coming here after long and was greeted to such aesthetic craft:)
Thank you!!! That’s so sweet of you. Glad you enjoyed it 🙂
beautiful BUT way too early ! !
Thank you! I know, about a month too early but I was so excited 😄
Nice, love fall colors.
Thank you!! That’s my favorite part 🙂
Thank you! It was fun and easy to make. You should definitely try it!