DIY Autumn Wreath

Good morning, it’s Friday!
I was in need of some Fall decor for our home as this is our first Fall here,
and I desperately wanted a wreath to hang on the antique window in the living room!
Unfortunately I couldn’t find anything I loved enough in stores to spend $50+ on
(wreaths are so expensive?!)
So I had to DIY this one!

I have found a ton of grapevine wreaths online for amazing prices,
but they never seem to want to deliver to Canada.
So when I came across this wreath at a thrift store for $2.99 I grabbed it.
Materials needed:
Fake florals
Grapevine wreath
burlap ribbon
Mini chalkboard with clothespin
White pen (mine is an oil-based paint pen)
Floral wire
& Hot glue


After tearing off the previous decor on the wreath,
I cut the burlap ribbon and made them into hoops
I secured them closed with the floral wire


I secured the burlap to the wreath with hot glue
And attached the pinecones with the floral wire
I had to wrap them in about 2-3 different places on the pinecone to make sure it was secure!
I also cut the fake flowers into smaller pieces so I could incorporate them between pinecones.


Using my white pen I wrote on the little chalkboard,
then hotglued the clothespin to secure it


I used our Christmas Wreath door hanger to hang it for now,
but want to secure it with something more subtle eventually!


Fall is only one week away <3
Have a great weekend.


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