This DIY burlap wreath fall arrangement is perfect to hang on your door right through the Thanksgiving holiday.
It is made with a French Themed Burlap that fits in perfectly with various French decor ideas, and when you add in the colorful leaves, pumpkins, and acorns you end up with a very colorful fall wreath.
Here is how to make one.
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- Cut the burlap into long strips that are 4 inches wide. You need three strips that are 36″ long for a small wreath. Larger wreaths will need more strips to completely cover them.
- Take two of the burlap strips and cut them in half, then set them aside.
- Start with the 36″ long piece of burlap and use a floral pin to attach it to the straw base wreath.
- Begin wrapping the burlap around the wreath base leaving 4 to 6 inches of burlap looped at the top along the outside of the wreath.
- Secure the burlap on the back of the wreath with more floral pins .
- Repeat steps 4 and 5 until the entire wreath is wrapped in burlap . Cut additional burlap strips as necessary.
- Use the cotton cord to tie the burlap loops close to the top of the straw wreath .
- Wrap the silk leaf garland around the front of the straw wreath securing it with floral pins .
- Add the bunch of plastic pumpkins and acorns to the top of the wreath.
- Add a matching bow to the bottom of the wreath.
- Tie a piece of cotton cord to the top of the wreath to make it easy to hang.
- Hang up your burlap wreath up and enjoy it!
Tip: Use a wreath storage container to store your wreath from year to year so it does not accidentally get damaged.
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