Fall is here and what better way to celebrate than by making a beautiful, festive wreath? It’s an easy project and a great way to show off your individual decorating style, especially when displayed on your Tuff Shed building!
- Wreath base
- Stems and decorative picks
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Wire cutters
- Two or three larger stems or accents as focal points
Fall is a great time to experiment with color, whether using vibrant shades or more muted earth tones. Look for stems and decorative picks with varied textures and colors for a bold, attention-grabbing wreath. They come in countless styles and price points so it can be helpful to set a budget when beginning the project.
If you’re making a one-sided style, a grapevine wreath is a great base. Our base is 18 inches, but they come in many shapes and styles to choose from. If you prefer a fuller wreath, straw or wire frame bases work well.
Begin placing grassy or leafier textures on your wreath. You can tuck them into your wreath if they feel secure, or you can place hot glue on the stem for a more secure hold.
Continue to layer stems and picks until the wreath has the desired texture and variety.
Our wreath is single sided, so we placed larger pieces in the middle section to fill it out and create a focal point.
We also added some fall leaves for extra color and texture throughout the wreath.
Once all the picks and stems have been placed on your wreath you can continue to arrange them until you have a perfect fall decoration.
Now it’s time to show off your festive work!