Help set the fall mood for those who walk through your door with this super simple homemade farmhouse wreath! I’ve been wanting to make a wreath like this for quite some time and I am so happy with how it turned out! What I love is that there are so many ways to customize a wreath, there is no right or wrong way to this project, it’s all up to your preference! I have linked all of the items you’ll need for this DIY below.
What You’ll Need:
- 16″ Wreath Form
- Split wood Balls
- Twig Pumpkin Pick
- Cream Dhalias
- Orange Pom Pom Stem
- Light Orange Mini Maple Leaf Stem
- Yellow Heather Leaf Stem
- Cream Strawflower
- Jute Rope
- Hot Glue Gun + Glue Sticks
- Floral Wire
First, you’ll want to arrange the wooden balls on the wreath form. Laying them out on the wreath form ensures you know where the center of your wreath is and that you like their placement. This step also allows you to play with the spacing while your glue gun heats up.
Once you’re happy with the placement of the wooden balls, use your hot glue gun to secure them onto the wreath form.
After you’ve finished with the hot glue, start picking the flowers you want to use. I think the best place to start is with the greenery and then move onto the larger flowers and finish off with the fillers and smaller flowers. There really isn’t a wrong way to do this, it’s all based on your preference. I went for a more minimal approach so I only ended up using two of the larger flowers and more of the greenery and fillers. I recommend using the floral wire where you can and then use the hot glue when necessary. If you use the floral wire and make a mistake, it is MUCH EASIER to fix versus making a mistake with the hot glue.
I actually had enough florals to make a second wreath so I shared them with my mom! If you and a friend want to undertake this DIY together, you could totally split the cost of the florals and make a day of it!
Once you have the florals as you like them, it’s time to add the string at the top of your wreath.
Hang your wreath and ENJOY!
For a full in-depth tutorial on how to make this wreath, head on over to my YouTube channel!
If you recreate this wreath or make your own version, I’d love to see! Share a picture on Instagram and tag me @beautifullovely97!