A simple and easy DIY twig wreath tutorial that lends up all the rustic fall decor charm.
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Is it just me or did fall creep up?
Maybe it’s the fact that as I made this wreath it was still 90+ degrees around these parts. That made my mind have a hard time processing it all, but according to the calendar, it was and is in fact fall. So I’m trying to get my decor updates to reflect that.
I always love making wreaths. It’s where I start when it’s time to update decor around the house. For this fall I wanted something simple and easy and this twig branch wreath with a little added pizzazz did the trick for me.
If you are looking for a simple and easy wreath idea that requires minimal supplies and time, you are in the right place!
Materials Used For DIY Twig Fall Wreath
- Twig Wreath base
- Mini Leaf Garland
- Flowers of choice
This was one of the easiest and fastest wreaths I’ve made. And seeing how I am still seemingly trying to get my life together after, back-to-school, and being on a regular schedule, I truly appreciate the amount of time this did not take.
How To Make This Rustic Fall Wreath
I started out by clipping the stems of my flowers using wire cutters.
It made it easier to cut if I bent where I wanted to cut a couple of times before attempting to actually cut.
I left about an inch and a half of stem to help with sticking them in the wreath.
Then I sat the flowers aside until I was ready for them.
From there I wrapped the mini leaf garland around the wreath. Spacing it out as I wrapped.
Then I added my flowers and the fuzz around the wreath.
I then wrapped the twine around it to hold everything in place.
And lastly, I added my bow.
That really all there is to it. Not a lot of steps and a simply beautiful outcome.
Simple. Easy. And perfect fall decor for the front (or any) door.
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