I am really digging wreath making right now! I love how fun, unique, festive and inexpensive it can be to create a new wreath to adorn your door! It can help your front door feel welcoming, inviting and it is such an easy way to decorate for any season! I just love making wreaths! While I was at the craft store the other day, I came across the most beautiful fall fake flowers. I don’t usually fall hard for fake flowers, but these ones were just stunningly beautiful! And as soon as I saw them, I knew they would be beautiful on a gold hoop wreath! So I brought them home and began work on creating this beautiful and modern fall hoop wreath! I am so excited to share all the details with you today.
How to make a Fall Hoop Wreath
I have made a lot of wreaths over my life, but one of my favorite wreaths to this point might have been this Hydrangea Wreath. I love it so much! But my Fall Hoop Wreath…swoon…I think this might now take the top spot as my all time favorite wreath! I’m not sure though because I DO have an amazing Christmas Wreath in the works too…oh my I do love DIY wreaths!
Here is what you need to make a fall hoop wreath:
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- (1) 18″ Gold Macrame Hoop
- (2) Stems Orange Berries
- (2) Stems Rust Flowers
- (2) Stems Yellow Flowers
- Floral Wire (I used some gold wire I already had on hand for this)
- Jute String
To create this wreath you will simply place your stems on the hoop and wire them in place. I began with the berries, then added the rust colored flowers and finally placed the yellow flowers in the middle wiring them all in place as I went.
I added a loop of jute string to the top of the hoop to hang it with. And isn’t it just super cute!? I really do love this wreath!
You can see a video of me creating this wreath below:
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