I am not a huge “wreath” person. When I start thinking about adding something to our front door for fall, I don’t think of a traditional wreath. Although, I would love to find some boxwood wreaths that don’t cost an arm and a leg, I usually don’t hang a “wreath” on our door. For me, a DIY Fall Wreath can be a broken rake, a branch basket or a simple greenery wreath with a few pumpkins added to it. This DIY Fall Wreath looks like a burlap pumpkin and it is perfect for our front door.
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Supplies Used To Make This Burlap Pumpkin DIY Fall Wreath:
Directions To Make This Burlap Pumpkin DIY Fall Wreath:
This wreath could not have been easier. When I saw the embroidery hoop, it looked like a pumpkin to me. I started thinking of different ways I could make it a simple piece to add to our front door for fall.
This is how I did it:
Once I had the burlap ribbon placed, I tightened the hoop to hold it all in place. Then, I cut off the excess on the back.
Lastly, I tied raffia around the top of the hoop and added the artificial acorn piece. The raffia and the leaves on the acorn piece really make this piece look like a pumpkin.
This DIY fall wreath is simple, natural and rustic all at the same time.
It is a burlap pumpkin perfectly made for our front door.
This DIY Fall Wreath was another great project that took me under thirty minutes to make. I am not going all out this fall for decorating, but I am adding a few touches here and there. I have a fall tour coming up at the end of the month and a fall porch to decorate for. This season is my favorite and instead of decorating it away, I want to enjoy every crisp moment it brings.