9
Nov

It’s that time again! Our monthly DIY wreath is here and it’s full of the earthy, rustic details fall is all about. The best part about this project is that if you created our September wreath, you can reuse the base without having to unravel it! So get the glue gun and get ready to add some seasonal style to your home decor.

Supplies

  • Burlap material
  • Fun embellishments (feathers, billy balls, artificial wheat… go crazy!)
  • Glue gun
  • Wreath (a small to medium foam ring will work best)

Step 1: Burlap It Up

Cover your wreath with your burlap. We did this by cutting small squares (4-5 inches wide) and loosely bunching the burlap up before gluing it down to the wreath. This creates a great shape and fun texture.

Step 2: Get Gluing

Using whatever fun embellishments caught your attention at the craft store, create your arrangement—just like last time, work your way out by starting with a base (for us, it was that gorgeous feather) and then fill in with smaller pieces until you have a shape and look you love.

Step 3: Welcome the Oohs and Ahhs

That’s it! Hang and enjoy.

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