Hot to make a DIY Fall wreath!
Fall Wreath DIY!
Our garage is in the throws of an update and as usual it is taking a little more time and energy than expected. Therefore the house is thrown apart, school is starting and I have been feeling a little frazzled… Oh wait a lot frazzled, haha! We are thankful for the opportunity to do it and I can’t wait to share it with you soon. But until then, I’ve got some little fall projects and touches I have been adding along the way this season. The first being this DIY eucalyptus berry fall wreath. I am joining Krista from The Happy Housie of part of her Seasonal Simplicity Series!
Here are the easy steps I followed to make this wreath and the things you will need to do it!
- Fresh or faux eucalyptus. I chose real as I had some on hand and I think it will dry nicely.
- Faux berry stems
- Scissors or wire cutters
- A grapevine wreath
I made a smaller wreath this time and in fact, I trimmed/thinned down the grapevine wreath to make it the size I wanted. Depending on the size of your wreath, your material amounts may vary.
After I got the grapevine wreath the size I wanted it, I began to trim the eucalyptus and berry stems. You want them long enough to tuck and fix into the wreath, but no too long.
I started by inserting the eucalyptus stems into the wreath. By weaving the stems in and out a bit there was no need for wire. But of course you could fix things in with wire just in case.
I like to lay things out and then insert stems as I go. That way, I can change things if they get to full or feel out of place.
I kept the branches and picks turned and going in the same direction around the wreath.
As I got closer to filling the entire wreath, I went back and filled in barer spots as needed.
And there you have it! This was so easy and done in under 20 minutes!
I love the character it adds to whatever space I put it. It has an organic feel to it and makes the space feel fresh with the freshly picked branches.
For a little change of pace, I added it to our kitchen shelving.
Normally I would hang it on a door, but our doors are surrounded by the contents from our garage temporarily so there was no styling that could be done there… lol.
But I like that wreaths can be used anywhere and look good!
I hope you enjoyed and that this project is something you may try out this season!
Don’t forget to visit my sweet friends down below and their pretty creations!
Easy DIY Dollar Store Fall Wreath at The Happy Housie
Rose Gold Laurel Fall Wreath at Modern Glam
Five Minute Dollar Tree Fall Wreath at Craftberry Bush
DIY Embroidery Hoop Fall Wreath at Tatertots and Jello
Modern Leather Fall Wreath at Cherished Bliss
Fall Pampas Grass Wreath DIY at Rooms FOR Rent
Dollar Store Fall Hoop Wreath at Lolly Jane
$7 Dollar Tree Fall Wreath at The DIY Mommy
Pampas Grass Wreath at Life is a Party
DIY Copper Fall Hoop Wreath at Clean & Scentsible
Large DIY Fall Farmhouse Wreath at The Tattered Pew
White Boho Fall Wreath at All Things With Purpose
DIY Fall Embroidery Hoop Wreath at She Gave it a Go
DIY Modern Fall Wreath at Love Create Celebrate
Feather Fall Wreath at Taryn Whiteaker
Eucalyptus and Berry Fall Wreath at Zevy Joy
Floral Hoop Wreath DIY at Hallstrom Home
Fall Wreath Ideas at Happy Happy Nester
DIY Fall Acorn Wreath at The Handmade Home
DIY Floral Fall Wreath at A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Simple DIY Fall Owl Wreath at Cassie Bustamante
Easy Cookie Cutter Fall Wreath at My Sweet Savannah
Lolly Jane says
Aaah so dreamy, love it with the metals!
cassie bustamante says
such a pretty wreath! love the natural vibe!
Cathy CLARK says
So so pretty! And so simple! Thank You!
I love the texture and the pop of colour! Thanks for sharing on the blog hop! Happy Fall.
Ashley Mills says
OOOO so fresh! LOVE this look! ;}
Can you share where you purchased the items to make this wreath? Thanks!
Amy Morris says
Where did you get the berries for this project? Thanks!