DIY Fall Burlap Wreaths

Fall is my very favorite time of year. If my kids would let me get away with it, I’d skip Christmas decorating and keep the fall decor up all season long. These Fall Burlap Wreaths are super cute and they were easy to make too!

DIY Fall Burlap Wreath

I love wreaths. Unfortunately, it is too windy where we live to hang wreaths on the front door. {Unless I want it to get battered beyond recognition that is.} Because of this, I like to hang small wreaths inside on our French doors since I can’t have a larger one outside. I looked to Pinterest for inspiration this year and of course I was not disappointed.  After browsing Pinterest for a while, I headed to the store for my supplies.

To make this fall burlap wreath:

All that is needed is two 10″ straw wreaths, a five yard roll of burlap, a few faux fall leaves, grosgrain ribbon, wooden letters, craft paint, and a hot glue gun.

First, you wrap the wreaths in the burlap. I didn’t take the plastic wrapping off the straw wreaths. By leaving it on, I didn’t end up with a mess of straw pieces all over the place. These are small wreaths so one roll of burlap covered both wreaths. Secure the burlap with a bit of hot glue.

Fall Burlap Wreath

Next, I painted the wooden letters and then I hot glued them to a length of ribbon.

DIY Fall Family Burlap Wreath

Then I pulled the leaves off the stems and hot glued them onto the front of the wreaths.

Fall Burlap Wreath

Last I glued the lettered ribbons onto the wreaths and looped ribbon through to hang the wreaths from.

Burlap Wreath

And there you have it. It took me about an hour total to get these made, and you could easily exchange the fall themed items for the holiday of your choice!


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