Hi again! It’s Ashley from Little Glass Jar, back with another festive fall DIY mini wreath tutorial to share! Can you believe Thanksgiving is already right around the corner!? I feel like fall always seems to fly by in the blink of an eye, but I always try and hold onto it for as long as I can. That means I am doing little projects here and there up until Thanksgiving before Christmas takes over!
Some of my favorite projects come from when I shop my own stash, and this is one of those! I have quite a collection of grapevine wreaths that I reuse for every holiday. I love these because they are easy to add to without having to break out the hot glue gun (unless you want to)! So once each holiday or season is over I just take them apart and add to it for the next one. Such a quick and simple little project!
Fall Farmhouse Mini Wreath Tutorial
I wanted this wreath to have a fall farmhouse style look, so after shopping my stash I found some flannel fabric, greenery, and twine that I knew would all work well together.
- Grapevine Wreath
- Flannel Fabric
- Faux or dried greenery
- Hot glue gun (optional)
Step 1: I started by cutting some small pieces off of the vine of faux greenery. I take each cut piece and just stick them into the grapevine wreath as pictured below, going counterclockwise so all the pieces are moving in the same direction. You can use a hot glue gun if you would like, but I prefer not to so I can reuse the wreath.
Step 2: Once your wreath is as full as you would like it, cut a long piece of the flannel fabric and loop it around one side of the wreath to hang.
Step 3: Cut a piece of twine and tie it in a bow to attach to the bottom of the wreath for a sweet little touch. I did this also by weaving it through some of the vine, but again, a glue gun will also work.
And there you have it! So simple right!? And for each season you can do as little as just changing the fabric to update it! I hang my wreaths all over the house; mirrors, old windows, and even picture frames like this one! Hope you like it!
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