Super Simple Wreath


Fall has certainly been in the air recently! The temps have cooled (for a few days at least) and the Fall Festivals have begun, so it was time to pull out the fall decor. I like to do a new project or two each year, and this one caught my eye on Pinterest! It looked simple enough to do during naptime. It was! And I even got a nap in myself. 

Supplies:

  • 1 grapevine wreath, I went with an 8 inch
  • 10-12 floral stems of your choice, I’ve always had a thing for the orange and red ones
  • Wire cutter 


Step 1: Cut your stems to about 3 inches from the bottom bloom. 


Step 2: Jam the stems into the wreath. I did two and two opposite one another first and filled in from there. 


Step 3: There will be an inch or so of wire that pokes through the back of the wreath. Twist it at an angle to hold the bloom in place. Use the wire cutter to help tuck the pokey part into the grapevine. 


Step 4: Gently bend and separate the stems to ensure they’re full and even. 


Step 5: Hang! This was the trickiest part – I still can’t quite decide where to hang it!


It’s been fun pulling out all the pumpkins and deciding where to put everything this year! Here’s a quick look:

The dining room table: It twas tough to get a photo of this with all the light from the windows, but I just love those black ribbon bats. That Pinterest has some good ideas! They’re on mini clothespins so they’re easy to put away after Halloween, but the pumpkins will stay out through Thanksgiving.

The front hall table: 


And the front porch:

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Happy Fall!!

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One Response to Super Simple Wreath

  1. Pam McNicoll says:

    Looking beautiful!!

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