It’s craft #2 on the blog today! Super simple, crazy easy, inexpensive! It doesn’t get better.
I’ve long been in love with the wreath on the left. I pinned it about 2 years ago. Well, I finally got around to doing my own version. Instead of making the wreath from the very start I used a wreath I’ve had in my arsenal for a while. What does that mean? It cuts the cost way down.
In fact … I had the ribbon and wreath on hand. I only spent $1.00 on the orange berry accents. I lied before … It DOES get better.
Let’s get started. You’ll need:
-Any grapevine wreath of your choosing. I purchased mine at Michael’s a few years ago.
-Wide, wireless ribbon (I used two spools)
-Gluegun and glue sticks
-Berry garland (I found mine at Joann Fabric but you can find them at almost any craft store this time of year.)
Start by making your ribbon rosettes. Here’s a great tutorial.
After that it is as simple as gluing them on! I didn’t have enough ribbon to go the whole way around my wreath so I stuck them on one side.
After attaching your rosettes you can start sticking small sections of the berry vine (that you’ve cut) behind the rosettes. I did NOT use glue to attach them. This wreath is like bed head. It holds everything. And I live in Wyoming where the wind blows constantly and they haven’t budged yet.
And there you have it!! A cute fall wreath that adds welcoming character to your front door this season!
See you Monday for craft number 3!