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If you are looking for a simple fall wreath that anyone can make, you are definitely at the right place. I am not a wreath maker. I try, but I am not a wreath maker. So, I try to think of ways that I can make door decor easily. Well, this Burlap Wrapped Pumpkin Wreath Diy is super easy! Make sure to check out all of our Fall Diys while you’re here!
Supplies needed for this project :
- Metal wreath form
- Orange burlap ribbon 6″ wide
- Lots of coordinating ribbon for your bow
- A piece of bark for your stem
- Grapevine wire
- Jute twine
- Hot glue
- 16 gauge wire for hanging
1. Start wrapping the wreath form
This is literally the easiest wreath ever! Start wrapping the wreath form with the burlap ribbon. I laid the burlap ribbon underneath, then overlapped a piece and used hot glue to stick the burlap to itself through the metal of the wreath form.
Then I just kept wrapping it around until it was completely covered.
Once you meet up to the other side of your burlap, use hot glue to secure it onto the wreath. I made sure to glue that last piece down on the back so it would not show on the front.
This is what your wreath should look like once you’ve completely wrapped it.
2. Add the stem
Now we need a stem. We recently had a tree come down during a storm and we’ve been making use of every bit of it, even the bark. My son and I had gathered a few large pieces, and they were the perfect size, so I used that for my stem.
I glued it onto the back of the wreath, with a large portion of it extending past the wreath. You can add a piece of burlap to cover this afterwards so it does not scratch your door. I plan to do that.
Your pumpkin wreath is almost complete already! Ha! I told you it was easy!
3. Add a bow
You can make whatever kind of bow that you want here. Again, I am not a wreath maker, and although I can make a pretty bow using the EZ bow maker, I love making the criss-cross bows for these simple projects. It keeps the whole thing, well, simple. I chose several different ribbons and finished it off with this pumpkin trim from Joann. Isn’t it fabulous?!
4. Add tendrils
The last thing that I did was to add tendrils to the pumpkin wreath. I used grapevine wire and wrapped it around a wooden dowel to make swirls, then glued them down underneath the ribbons, with a large section of it showing.
This is what it should look like. The end of it is hidden well underneath the ribbons.
Your Pumpkin Wreath is Complete!
You might choose to add additional embellishments, but in keeping with the simplicity of it, I left it just like this and I could not love it more!
I just love the ribbons that I chose! What do you think? They are from all over; Joann, Dollar Tree, and Dollar General.
I hope that you enjoyed this very simple Burlap Wrapped Pumpkin Wreath Diy and that it has inspired you to make something similar for your fall decor this season! Make sure to join our email family to keep up with us each week! Thanks again for visiting and God bless!
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