Here's our latest "do-it-yourself" video tutorial for Fall Harvest themed wreaths. Creating an elaborate fall wreath is easy when you have the tools! Our video tutorial takes you through all the steps from beginning to end with materials such as a work wreath form, deco mesh, and 3 layers of ribbon and
To purchase these products from www.mardigrasoutlet.com, click on the individual product link below or click here.24" Work Tinsel Wreath Form: Green
21" Poly Mesh Roll: 2-Tone Apple and Moss, 10 yards
2.5" Faux Burlap Ribbon, Orange: 25 yards
Moss Rope Garland: 25 ft
2.5" Jute Window Pane Mesh, Natural: 10 yards
This wreath took approximately 30-45 minutes to make. Depending on the size of your deco mesh loops, you will use approximately 7 yards of mesh. As for the ribbon-the size and quantities of bows you make will determine how much you need. In our version we have a few left over feet from both ribbon types as well as the Moss Rope Garland. The basic wreath form and deco mesh creation will cost under $13, and the total cost of the project including ribbons is $40 with materials to spare!
The Basic Wreath Finished
Add your own Fall Harvest accessories!From the basic wreath form you can create a variety of different fall looks. Fall inspired greenery like faux fall leaves, small orange pumpkins, dried harvest wheat and even persimmon branches are all used on our wreath from to create different versions. Here is some inspiring finished fall wreaths.
Harvest Pumpkin WreathThis wreath uses our the moss apple deco mesh as a base. The added in burlap ribbon and jute window pane ribbon add nice texture, but the wreath needs accessories that say Fall. The additional pumpkins and natural wheat help to tie all the elements together.
Detail of Fall Pumpkin Wreath
Fall Wreath with PersimmonsDon't limit yourself to faux greenery! Fall is the perfect time to harvest real produce and greenery to accent your wreath. For this fall wreath version, we used persimmons and branches to add another layer of fall flavor and texture. This season persimmon and bittersweet branches can be found at your local grocery store, florist or maybe your neighbors yard.
Let us know how your wreath turned out!
Send us photos of your finished project (preferably on a neutral background or door), and we'll feature your work on our blog or Pinterest. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Want step-by-step instructions on bow-making or other wreath tutorials? Check out our tutorials page or visit us on YouTube.