When I painted our front door a few weeks ago I also made a new wreath to hang on it. I spent under $25 on the wreath and even my husband keeps commenting on how great the door and wreath duo are. Since it turned out so great I wanted to share the floral fall wreath tutorial with you.
Where to Get The Wreath Supplies
The wreath started with a grapevine wreath form that only cost a $4 or $5. You can find these at Michaels or Hobby Lobby. I’ve also even seen them at Joanns and Walmart.
At Hobby Lobby I picked up a 6 foot lambs ear garland that was $20 and 50% off ($10) and then a couple sunflower and pumpkin floral picks that were 40% off. Michaels was clearancing their summer florals for 70% off so I grabbed the orange flowers and sage greenery there.
You will also need floral wire which you can find nearly anywhere that sells florals.
The way the greenery and bright flowers pop against the newly painted front door are perfection.
- Grapevine Wreath Form
- 6 Foot Garland
- Floral Wire
- Floral Picks of your choice
- Wire Cutters
- Start out by using floral wire peices to attach the garland to the grapevine wreath. Cut any extra length of the garland with wire cutters and discard.
- Cut and attach other foral pieces with floral wire or by sticking them into the grapevine wreath until secure.