Wanted to make something quick and easy to add a little touch of fall to the front porch now that the weather in Oklahoma has gone from scorching to “fake fall feelings.” So I tried making a simple dried flower fall wreath from supplies from Amazon and World Market. I used a large gold hoop, various dried flowers, twine and scissors to complete the look, and I think it turned out okay! (Despite the major mess during assembly…!).
There are four billion wreath tutorials out there (including THIS ONE from last year…possibly my favorite wreath I’ve ever made), so I won’t go step by step. However, I do encourage you to tie off your first base layer of dried flowers more times than you think you’ll need to. Tying off with twine up and down the base layer basically creates multiple points of entry for you to then easily shove in the rest of the smaller stems and flowers. No need to go through and wrap and rewrap with sticky floral tape: this method is quick and easy! Then, when all those crazy stem ends are poking out from the back, just go in and tie those to the metal wreath form from the back. That way you’ve secured them and hidden them all in one quick step! Hope this simple dried flower fall wreath helps you get in the fall feels wherever you are! Especially if your weather already ACTUALLY feels like fall. #jealous 😉