Make your own wood fall wreath for all of the best autumn vibes.
Like all of the coolest DIY fall wreath ideas, this one can easily be customized to include your favorite fall word or phrase and the florals can be different colors or varieties! All of the supplies can be purchased at your local craft store like Hobby Lobby or Michael’s. If you’d like a larger wreath, try this wood disc(opens in new tab) from Home Depot!
The first step is to stain your wood. This is optional, you may choose to leave it natural if you prefer! Once your stain is dry, use painter’s tape(opens in new tab) to tape off the wood so that it has two equal parts. Using a paint color of your choice, paint half of the wood piece. I used leftover green chalk paint for mine. Remove the tape and allow it to fully dry.
For the wording you have a couple of options. If you have a Cricut(opens in new tab) (everyone should have one they are so handy), you may choose to create a stencil with your favorite fall word or phrase. You can also purchase letter stencils(opens in new tab) to spell it out. Another option is to purchase metal wording to use. For this project I purchased a metal piece featuring the word "hello" from Hobby Lobby. Then I used letter stencils to spell out “FALL.” Stencil or glue your phrase so part of it is on the wood and part of it is on the paint.
Finally, take your floral sprigs and bunch them together to create two arrangements. Place the ends together opposite of one another and secure the stems with floral wire.
Now comes the fun part, styling! Hang your pretty new wood wreath as part of your fall mantel display, on an antique window with a farmhouse-style hook for a vintage feel. You can also display it on your buffet with fall-inspired vases and a bowl full of pinecones.
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