Friday, October 26, 2012

Making A Burlap Wreath

I was looking around at all of the blogs I follow recently, looking for something I could make for fall.  I came across several different styles of burlap wreaths, and fell in love!  I decided to try to make one.  I googled all the images I could find, and picked my most favorite on

Here is the full link: .  Maury posted an awesome tutorial on how to make the particular wreath I was coveting.  She actually found the wreath she wanted to make here:

I used Maury's tutorial to make my wreath.  I used the same supplies she used to make my wreath, except mine is decorated a little differently.  The thing I love so much about this wreath is that it is so versatile.  You can change it out for every season of the year.  Now, that is my kind of wreath!  Here is the list of supplies you will need:

18” Wire wreath form – $3
Burlap Garland – $3ea (with 40% off coupon) x 3= $9
Floral wire – $1.99
Fake Flowers. – $1.50 I ended up using ones different from the picture.

I am not going to go into a full tutorial on how to make this wreath, because if you click on the link above, Maury already did a fantastic job with that! 

Here is a picture of Laura's wreath from

And here is a picture of Maury's wreath from

And here is a picture of the wreath I made!

I  LOVE my new fall wreath!  It was not difficult at all.  I made it in less than 2 hours!  I will enjoy for several season's to come.  If you like it too, I would highly reccommend that you give it a whirl.  Thank you to the lovely ladies mentioned above for the great idea!!

Have you made any decorations for fall this year?

Update 11/01/14:

Spring Burlap Wreath



Sunflower Burlap Wreath: