Happy Fall!! The windy weather reminded me of all the fun crafts I started to do last year. I have been dying to make a rustic Fall Wreath. I always seem to start these projects but never have time to finish them. I made sure to find supplies that would make the job a little easier with two toddlers running around. There are very few supplies you need to make this super simple DIY wreath!
STEP ONE: I started with a green wire frame and twig garland. I wrapped the garland around the frame and used thick twine to tie it to the frame. The twine was a lot easier then using wire, as it matched the frame colors and was easy to trim.
STEP TWO: Trim ties and add in your decorative straw. I tied mine off at an angle and trimmed the straw. Decorate with your premade Fall bouquets! Cut out your favorites and mix them in.
STEP THREE: I finished mine off with a burlap bow. A good tutorial can be found here.
I love the rustic look of this wreath and I especially love that it works from early fall all the way to Thanksgiving! Happy Crafting!