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Fall’s The Time To Create Your Very Own Wreath

Fall is such an inspiring time of the year to let your creativity shine! Start by making your very own wreath to showcase your inner artist. Get your workbench out and your DIY outfit on and get crafty designing your very own autumn masterpiece. 

Rustic Fall Wreath

If you are a fan of farmhouse decor, this rustic wreath compliments of Better Homes and Gardens is perfect for you. Supplies include a grapevine wreath, faux magnolia leaves, flowers, greenery, and a burlap bow. You’ll also need some crafting wire, scissors, and a glue gun. First, attach floral wire at the top of the grapevine to create a loop hanger Then, using the wire and glue gun, simply attach the leaves, flowers, and greenery on one side of the wreath. Finish with a burlap bow in the center.

Fall Memories Burlap Wreath

Celebrate your wonderful fall memories with this Fall Memories Burlap Wreath. Gather wallet-sized photos of your fall memories, a wire wreath ring, burlap ribbon, Mod Podge, assorted faux flowers, wood slices, craft wire, and a glue gun. First, cover the entire wreath with the burlap ribbon weaving it in and out of the wireframe. Attach fall flowers around the wreath. Then using Modge Podge glue your photos to the wood slices. When dry, attach the photos around the flowers.  

Picture Frame Wreath

An old picture frame creates a shabby chic fall wreath. Supplies for this idea, compliments of hometalk.com, include a picture frame, faux flowers, stems and accents, floral wire, and a glue gun. Create an eye-catching arrangement on top and down one side of the picture frame and secure with floral wire and glue. Before you begin, paint the wreath if you prefer a color.

Your friends at Regency Furniture encourage you to give Fall DYI a try today.

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