Welcome cooler weather with this cute Fall Straw Wreath! It’s an inexpensive and easy DIY project!
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Make your Fall straw wreath
- Choose a flower to be in the center- I used a red one. Cut the wire about 1 1/2 inches below the base of the flower.
- Put a blob of hot glue on the stem and stick partway into the wreath, leaving about 1/2″ to 3/4″ exposed underneath.
- Choose two flowers to go on either side of the center flower. Pull the stems off and glue each flower to the wreath, angling the stem side under the red flower.
- Glue on leaves to the bottom, top, and side of the flowers.
- Glue on a few berries until you like how things look.
- To hang, tie a piece of fishing around the wreath form at about 2 o’clock. Tie the other end around 10 o’clock
hang with ribbon.