HALLOWEEN WREATHS - AUTUMNAL
add a homey touch to your Halloween decor. Usually seen
on front doors, people now use them all over the house
in places such as over the fireplace, in bathrooms and
on walls in every room in the house. Here, we'll show
you how to make an Autumnal
wreath to use all season long.
Supplies Needed to Make Autumnal
Autumn Picks such as Scarecrows, Pumpkins, Gourds,
Autumn Foliage Picks
Autumn Foliage Bouquets
Battery Powered Mini Light Pack
Hot Glue Gun
Grapevine wreaths make a wonderful base to start
your wreath. They come in many different sizes
and are inexpensive. Pick one that is tightly
wrapped together with large vines, it will make
it easier to hot glue your pieces firmly in
Take your Autumn foliage pieces and cut them
apart, leave about 5 inches of wire stem on each
leaf, you'll need this to work into the
grapevine wreath. If you have Picks, take them
apart as well. You'll be gluing all these things
to the wreath base individually.
Start gluing leaves on first, completely
covering the wreath base all the way around.
Layer them to the stems don't show, over-lap
them a bit.
Next, on a flat surface, lay the wreath down and
figure out where you want to place any items,
such as small pumpkins, gourds, apples, Indian
corn, etc., that you'll be adding. After
they are arranged the way you want, glue them in
If you want to add a mini light pack, orange
would be good for this wreath, add it now,
placing the lights under the foliage. You can
glue or Velcro the pack in place and out of
sight on the back.
Your Autumnal wreath is now ready to be
displayed for all to see! This wreath is nice
because you can leave it up all season long,
until you start getting ready for Christmas!
This wreath is relatively fast to make, you'll
find it so addicting that you may want to make
one for all your friends!