Want to add a little farmhouse style to your home this fall? Why not make a DIY farmhouse fall wreath? This project only takes a few minutes and will add something special to your front door. You might think this looks WAY more complicated than a 10-minute project. But it is not! Read on to see just how to make your own cute wreath in 10 minutes or less.
Farmhouse fall wreath supplies:
I used the leather wrap bracelet as an extra accent to my wreath. You can leave this part off if you would like. If you want to add it, use a screwdriver to undo the bracelet and then stretch it out.
Wrap it around the top of the wreath and reattach the screw as shown below. This will be used to hang your wreath when you add it to the door.
Now for adding the tin sign to the wreath. First, put it on the wreath and figure out the location.
Then cut long pieces of floral wire with scissors. Run the floral wire through the hangers on both sides of the wreath.
Wrap the floral wire around the wreath on both sides and secure tightly. You may need jewelry pliers to get this good and tight. Hold the wreath up to check that the sign does not sag. If it does, tighten some more.
Once your tin sign is on your farmhouse fall wreath, you are ready to hang it on your front door! See you can make a gorgeous fall wreath in just 10 minutes or even less!
You can use the leather strap for hanging or just hang on the door if not using the strap.
This farmhouse wreath is a bit non-traditional with the colors but I love the look! If you are looking to get away from red, orange, and yellow in your fall home decor, this wreath is definitely the answer! And if anyone wants a hay ride, they will know exactly where to go!
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Angie blogs at The Country Chic Cottage where you can find creative crafts, vintage finds, home decor, and DIY all with a little farmhouse flair. Angie has been blogging for several years and is married with three kids. Stop by her blog where you will find everything from small, quick crafts to major furniture and home makeovers.