It’s a new season and that means it’s time to update your decor with this super simple 15 MINUTE FALL WREATH!
For this project, I recycled my Spring Farmhouse Wreath, and with a few items from Michael’s I was able to update the whole thing in a matter of minutes and for very little money! I even used the same wreath form…let’s see how I did it.
I started with one of my FAVORITE wreath forms from Hobby Lobby. It’s kind of a white/gray color and just a really fun design. The nice thing about this wreath is that the grooves between the wood make the PERFECT way to hold your fall foliage in place without hot glue!
Would you believe all I did to create this wreath was to slide the stems into place? That’s it!
Not a drop of hot glue on this wreath and it was done in minutes!
All you need are:
- Foliage/flowers of choice
- Wreath form
So first, I took my spring wreath and gently deconstructed it.
I pulled the stems out first (remember, they weren’t glued in and have held in places for 4 months now) and then I gently cut the back of my bow, which was glued in place. Then I took the whole thing, wrapped the bow around it and stored it in a plastic bag to assemble and glue back together next spring!
After my Spring Wreath was deconstructed, I got started assembling my fall one. I gently slid the colorful foliage and flowers into place. I had 9 of them…so I put four facing upwards and four facing downwards with a small space in the middle for my large sunflower.
After they were in place, I added my large and sparkly sunflower in the center and then used two of its large leaves to cover my stem ends on each end.
NONE of it is glued in place, but this type of wreath holds it all together really well and I can easily pull it apart to make my Christmas wreath next! And the best part, I am not storing 10 seasonal wreaths this way! I’m making use of one form and just recycling it to fit the season (my husband LOVES this idea you guys! LOL).
This whole thing took me 15 minutes to make–start to hanging time, with two kids leaning over my shoulder!