Create your own neutral fall wreath to decorate your home or office this season in under 10 minutes.
I am officially decorating for fall!
Although truth be told I started to add hints & touches of fall at the end of July & as you know from my Instagram Stories somehow Roger didn’t notice!
Makes me wonder if he would notice if I started adding Christmas decor amongst the fall decor…
Don’t worry, I’ll try to restrain myself from decorating for Christmas until at least the end of October. But I make no promises!
And since I am having so much fun decorating for fall I thought I would share with you a Fall Home Tour in a couple of weeks, although I did give you a sneak peek last week when I shared How to Decorate with Purple this Fall. This will be the first time we have been able to decorate our own home for fall since last year at this time we were in the midst of renovations & trying to put our house back together.
And while I made this particular wreath for Roger’s office I’m hoping our home won’t be lacking any in festive fall cheer! I might even have to make another one for our home!
One of the things I love about creating seasonal wreaths is that you can easily customize your wreath to your style & home.
You can use your favorite fall flowers or even use faux pumpkins instead of flowers. Also, you could add a monogram or even add the words “happy fall” to the center of the wreath.
I plan on sharing our fall home tour on October 19. In the meantime, if you are looking for some more fall decor inspiration I have a bunch of tutorials & decor ideas that you can find here. And you can always find more inspiration on Domestically Blissful’s Pinterest page, as well as the Fall & Thanksgiving Pinterest Board.
But since the real reason you are here is for this DIY Neutral Fall Wreath I’ll go ahead & share with you the step-by-step tutorial! Although it’s so easy, you probably don’t need one!
Assorted fall stems
Scissors or Exacto Knife
Hot Glue Gun & Glue
Simply arrange the fall stems around the wreath, poking the stems into the wreath to hold them into place. I also tied some of the bigger pieces to the wreath with twine.
I cut/broke a few of the stems into smaller pieces & hot glued some of the acorns & leaves into place.
Where is your favorite place to place a wreath?
I’d love to hear from you!
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With love, Giustina
Yes, my soul, find rest in God; my hope comes from him.
Psalm 62:5 NIV
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