Make this easy DIY Fall Wreath featuring orange and red berries for a gorgeous addition to your front door. It’s quick to make in just 15 minutes!
There are so many beautiful Fall Wreaths to choose to make but this berry wreath has been a favorite for adding beautiful Autumn colors to our decor.
DIY Fall Wreath
This week has been so busy around our house. Fall weather brings me Fall projects just about as much as Spring cleaning. Does anyone else make a long to-do list in the Fall? I pretty much go through my Spring Cleaning Checklist again. Cleaning out, organizing and de-cluttering again.
My daughter asked if we could add some fun projects too. She is in love with searching for fun crafts and DIY on Pinterest for us to make. I promised her that she could make something she wanted. She is completely into decorating. Maybe she is finding her thing.
Last year she made us this DIY Fall Leaf Bowl. This week, she decided she wanted to make a Fall Wreath for the front door, which was actually my painting project last Sunday. It’s now black! Little things get me so excited!)
How to Make a DIY Fall Wreath
She narrowed down her choices and then decided to do something sweet and simple. We headed to Hobby Lobby (with our handy dandy 40% off coupon) to get her supplies. I was thrilled to see all of their Fall Flowers are on sale 40% off this week too.
She picked out a 14-inch grape vine wreath and (8) little orange berry stems.
All she had to do to make the wreath was to simply trimmed the ends of the stems and push them into the wreath all the way around and space them out to look how she wanted.
It literally took her 15 minutes to make this beautiful wreath!
We decided to hang it with 1 ½ inch brown ribbon bow to add a little extra “prettiness”. I helped her push each end of the ribbon through the wreath from the front side about 2 inches apart to the back and then tied the bow at the height we wanted on the door.
Sophie is so proud of herself!! Pretty little wreath looks gorgeous on our newly painted door. Voila!
Easy DIY Fall Wreath
- Pair of wire cutters
- 1 14 inch Grapevine Wreath
- 8 stems Orange/Red Berries
- 1.5 inch Brown Ribbon or other color of choice
- Trim the ends of berry stems off so that only about 3 inches remains .
- Push the berry stems into the grapevine wreath all the way around spacing a few inches apart.
- Cut appoximately 3 feet ribbon .
- Feed each end through the front of the wreath about 2 inches apart.
- Tie the ends into a bow at desired height to hang.
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Thanks for the inspiration! Loving my new wreath!
It’s absolutely amazing wreath. It’s so smart and stylish. I would never have thought of that. Thanks for sharing.
Autumn leafs look amazing, thank you.
I am going to try** to make one of these tomorrow, but if you had a video it be great. I’m just wondering about the ribbon part. I think I may have some problems. If anyone could help me on this part I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks!
I love seeing their new projects and they want Momma to come over and oooh and aaah over them.
I’m CRAZY about your crafts. It’s is really cool what you guys are doing! I Do some pottery and other crafts with the kids from the community here in onseepkans,in the northern cape. so your crafts is a great help. thanks.allon4
Ryan @ Sprayer Advisor
Looking stunning! Love this idea. Thanks for sharing