Make Amazing Autumn Wreaths with the Creative Station

Posted by on Oct 30, 2015

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With the leaves changing colors and the air growing crisp, fall is such an inspiring time of year. What better way to honor and celebrate such a beautiful season than with DIY wreaths? Wreaths can add a darling dash of autumn flair to any indoor or outdoor space. On the front of your door or atop your mantel, these seasonal decor staples can be both festive and fun. Part of the fun is creating the wreath. Felt, fabric, foam, and burlap, oh my!

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Fall Felt Leaf Wreath
Just because more neutral colors take over in the fall doesn't mean that you can't spice up your autumn decor with color. This felt leaf wreath is the perfect example of marrying fall browns with bright blues and yellows. Even the teal yarn wrapped around the wreath form is tremendous. Hand-stitch the leaf veins onto the leaves, add adhesive to the back of the felt leaves, and attach them to the wreath form. Perfecto!
Burlap Fall Wreath
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If you love burlap, then this fall burlap wreath is for you. Featuring an entirely-burlap base and burlap flowers with fabric-covered buttons, this tutorial makes a simple-and-festive ode to autumn. While burlap is especially stunning during the fall, you can make variations of this wreath for any season or occasion with different colored burlap pieces. Add adhesive to the back of the burlap for easy crafting.
Fall Corn Husk Wreath
For a wreath that is a little bit more free form, try this corn husk bow wreath. You can't do wrong with this wreath because it's as simple as cutting and shaping the fabric to your delight. The fabric bows and flowers add a bit of whimsy. Attach the fabric to the wreath with either hot glue or adhesive. Corn husk optional.
Felt Autumn Wreath
For a fun, punchy wreath, use scrap felt to make this felt autumn wreath. The texture of the felt and the ruched technique gives this wreath a graphic quality. Not many supplies are needed for and not much time is spent on this project. Attach the felt to the wreath form, and create a truly-lovely layering effect.
Paper Leaf Wreath
Who knew that such a traditional crafting material like paper could yield a realistic leaf wreath? Using card stock, soak the scrap pieces in water, wring them out to dry, and highlight the crinkles with brown ink. These leaves are truly stunning and look even better in majestic colors such as crimson and burnt sienna.

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