Maybe I should have titled this post “One Wreath, Five Ways” because this is the fifth time I have used this little hanging basket for my front door decoration. I love that it is so versatile and you can use it for all holidays and special occasions. This time, since autumn is officially here, I decided to share my Hanging Fall Wreath DIY today.
In case you missed the others, here they are!
- Burlap Butterfly Hanging Address Wreath
- Radiant Orchid DIY Spring Door Decoration
- L-O-V-E Front Door Decoration
- Four Leaf Clover Front Door Decoration
- Hanging Basket
- Artificial Flowers
- Burlap Ribbon
- Green Ribbon
- Lace Trim
- Wooden Letters
- Chalkboard Paint
- Foam Paint Brush
- Hot Glue and Glue Gun
- Safety Pins
When I went to the craft store, I purchased a few new flowers on sale (plus a coupon) for $6.00! Score! I already had the white hydrangeas pictured below.
I painted two coats of chalkboard paint on the letters.
While they were drying, I hot glued the lace trim and green ribbon onto the burlap.
I hot glued the letters onto the burlap.
Next, I rubbed some chalk on the letters and smeared it with my fingers for more of a chalkboard look.
I arranged my flowers and hung it up! It didn’t take me long to complete, nor did it cost much! Now… what should I do for Halloween… and Christmas… Ha!
Here are the other wreaths again in case you missed them (or don’t feel like scrolling up)!