fall wreath

This fall wreath will last you until Christmas! Here’s how to put it together…

A fall wreath you don’t have to change out for Christmas? We’re in.

We’re looking for double-duty holiday decorations wherever we can find them. The design of this silk floral wreath works for fall as well as Christmas.

Studio 5 viewer Anna Harward shares the formula for DIY faux florals.

Find more ideas from Anna on Instagram, @gardenarora.


How to Make a Fall Christmas Wreath

Steps For Fall Wreath Making

  1.  Prep your work station.
  2. Wire wrap the entire wreath
  3. Add main center filler
  4. Position all focal pieces in place
  5. Add back fillers, center fillers, tie-in pieces, and toys etc.
  6. Hot glue all pieces in place.
  7. Add finish shimmer and weather protectant spray.


Tips and Tricks

  1. Buy a wreath with a base foliage to save time and money.
  2. Buy different fillers with different textures to give a voluminous look.
  3. Divide wreath into thirds for a symmetrical look.
  4. If you’re afraid of hot gluing your pieces replace with twine wrap until you are happy with your placement, then glue to secure.
  5. Don’t be afraid to use dried florals from backyard. Examples: sunflowers, black eyed Susan’s, pinecones etc.

Anna Harward is originally from Ukraine. She lives in Heber City with her husband and three boys. She enjoys wake surfing and gardening in the summer months, takes up skiing in the winter months. Anna’s gardening hobby has transpired into a passion for florals.

Find me on Instagram, or on Etsy.

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