Well, even though it’s still 80 degrees, it’s beginning to smell like pumpkin spice and the crisp air in the morning is a reminder the fall season is upon us.
With the fall season comes a little update in decor to create a cozier space and to celebrate the beautiful colors of the season. Now, if you’ve been following me long enough you know I’m anything but traditional and this DIY fall wreath I have in store for you won’t be any surprise. I’ve teamed up with some other fantastic bloggers to bring you a wreath blog hop! Be sure to check out the other wreaths (links below).
Now, I know I know, fall is supposed to be purples, oranges, reds, and yellows. But, those colors just don’t resonate with me. I selected colors and hues that were soft and warm with a touch of glam that to me felt like fall. Rusty pinks, tans, muted greens, and of course hints of gold is my fall color palette. This tutorial can easily be interchanged with whichever colors and florals of your choosing. The skies the limit!
So here are the items you’ll need to create a wreath in this style.
- 2 faux delphinium stems $6.50 each
- 3 faux rose stems (pink) $5.99 each
- 1 faux rose stem (brown) $5.99
- 1 faux moss sprig $4.99
- 1 faux gold leave sprig $1.99
- 14in gold wreath found here $5.19
- 1 yd 1/8in leather $2.49
- floral wire (already owned)
- faux steam cutters (already owned)
- hot glue gun (not pictured)