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Gorgeous Fall Wreath in Fifteen Minutes

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Learn how to make a gorgeous fall wreath in fifteen minutes.  This quick, easy, rustic fall wreath is super affordable and fun to make.

quick easy rustic fall wreath with berries

QUICK EASY RUSTIC FALL WREATH IN FIFTEEN MINUTES

Happy first day of fall!

Thank you all so much for the sweet words concerning my Fall living room decor.  Who knows, I may add a bit more, or change it up some.  But one thing that won’t be changing is my beautiful fall wreath!

Have you seen it?  No?  If you can’t wait to the end of this post… click HERE. 😉

So many people shared such kinds words about my wreath (y’all like it as much as I do), I figured a quick tutorial was in order.

Seriously… this one is quick!

As a matter of fact, this lovely wreath is so quick and easy to make, it only takes 15 minutes.  Really… it’s that easy, and super affordable, too!

AND, you’ll be able to use the sunburst grapevine wreath over and over again!

Let’s get to it!

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What You Will Need

To create this quick, easy and rustic fall wreath, you will need:

  • 28″ Sunburst Grapevine Wreath  This is the one I got from Hobby Lobby.  With the coupon, it’s 40% off.
  • 2-3 fall colored eucalyptus leave branches (You can find these at Hobby Lobby or Michael’s)
  • One cream colored berry branch (I found mine at Michael’s)
  • Floral wire
  • Wire Cutters

quick easy rustic fall wreath supplies

Gorgeous Fall Wreath in Fifteen Minutes – Quick Tutorial

  1. Cut your eucalyptus branches into several varying lengths: several long ones and a few shorter ones (for fill-in). (Frugal-tip: Cut only two branches to begin with. If you don’t use the third one, you can return it.)
  2. Snip your berries off the branch… again, some with lots of berries and then a few with 2 or 3 berries.  I was able to pull the berries off the branch, which left some extra wire exposed.  This was great for adding to the wreath. (2a.  (Not shown) At this point, you can also take 3 of the floral wires and cut them in half.)
  3. Take your branch “stems” and shape them around the wreath.
    quick easy rustic fall wreath supplies and tutorial steps
  4. Continue laying the branches around the wreath until the branches ‘fill-in’ and look as full as you would like.  You can also ‘tuck’ some of the stems into the grapevine wreath while you do this.
  5. When your branches are placed where you desire, take a piece of floral wire, bend it, and ‘hook’ it over a stem, through the grapevine and then twist it together in the back.  This will keep the florals in place, yet allow you to disassemble to use again (no glue).  Add wires around the circle of eucalyptus until all branches are secured.
  6. Take your berry stems and insert around sporadically around the wreath (nor floral wire needed). (see steps 7 and 8, as well).
    quick easy rustic fall wreath supplies and tutorial steps
  7. At the lower ‘corner’ of the wreath, you can add a ‘cluster’ of berries.  Place several bunches curving and going upward, and several curving and going downward (see photo).  This will leave a ‘blank’ spot in the middle.
  8. Add a leaf sprig to cover the bare spot.quick easy rustic fall wreath supplies and tutorial steps
  9. Hang your 15-minute fall wreath in your favorite spot! (Think door, fireplace, above TV, mirror, etc.)

Finished Product

Yep… quick, easy and rustic fall wreath in fifteen minutes.  And, because the wire is used to affix the florals, you can easily take this apart and use the wreath for any season, and save the florals for another fall project next year!

quick easy rustic fall wreath living room with console and wreath hanging above

quick easy rustic fall wreath hanging on wall

Placing the wreath on something like a windowpane adds more interest and texture, too!

And adding a touch of black to your decor helps to ‘ground’ your room.

quick easy rustic fall wreath hanging on wall

Love these sweet lanterns.

quick easy rustic fall wreath hanging on wall with lanterns

And the berries are so pretty… even though they are faux, these look great!

quick easy rustic fall wreath hanging on wall

Now It’s Your Turn!

How ’bout you! Do you think this quick, easy rustic fall wreath may make a visit to your home? What floral elements might you use? Maple leaves, acorns, pine cones?  Let me know what you are adding to your home this fall!

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95 Comments

    1. Thanks, T… glad you like it. And thanks for all the prayer this weekend. The workshop was so fun, and I was very calm. 😉

  1. Very pretty. I love a sunburst wreath for any season. They are so interesting and a nice departure from a normal round wreath. Good job.

    1. Yes.. those creamy berries are so pretty, and unusual! I’ve wanted a sunburst grapevine forever, and finally broke down! 😉

  2. So so purdy. I loved at your workshop this weekend when you said it took you only 15 mins to make this the ladies all gasped! Hahaha~

    1. Thanks, Boo. Really… I didn’t even notice the gasp… or did I? LOL! Well, I hope some of the ladies get to see it and even make one of their own. Love ya!

  3. Hey Julie,
    I love your wreath. It’s got to be one of the prettiest I’ve ever seen. And that it is a quick project makes it even better. Hope you are doing well. Upholstery is keeping me super busy! Hugs!!

  4. Julie that certainly is a stunning wreath. And now that fall is here we can really revel in the warm colors that it has. I hope your area is having nice crisp fall weather.

  5. Julie, I love this wreath, and that close up shot is stunning. Great job!
    I’m fairly sure I pinned this from tailwind, but I’m pinning it again 🙂

    Big Autumn Hugs!
    Rachelle

  6. Love this wreath and its spot hanging from the window pane, Julie!!! The little lanterns are adorable hanging with it. Really pretty wreath!

    Your home looks very inviting here for fall,
    Many hugs,
    Barb 🙂

  7. I love the way your wreath turned out, my friend…but you already knew that! This is a great tutorial, and I love the soft fall colors you chose. Your up-close photos are amazing. Pinning to two boards!

  8. Hi Julie: I love the greens in this wreath, and how the backdrop grounds it over the television. I want a large focal point like that, its gorgeous.

  9. This is such a pretty wreath and you’ll be able to enjoy it for years to come. I’ve always wanted to use one of the starburst grapevine wreaths for a project but never have. After seeing yours, I need to make one.

    1. I waited to get one for years… but I finally broke down, and I’m so glad I did… I can’t wait to use this for each season this year. Will be a fun ‘series’. 😉

  10. Julie! You’ve done it again! You create the most lovely things. I’ve pinned this to my Autumn board–I need a new wreath–and I think I already have that kind of base in my craft stash.

    Thank you so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!

  11. Such a lovely wreath Julie and I love those black lanterns too! Great tip to wire the flowers on instead of using glue as well.
    Thank you for sharing your projects at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’ve just pinned your rustic fall wreath to our party board.
    Hugs,
    Kerryanne

  12. Goodness gracious! I never thought I’d get to the bottom from all the comments! They must all love the wreath as much as I do! Who doesn’t want a fab fall wreath in 15 minutes?! Thanks for linking up at Farmhouse Friday too. Pinned 🙂

    1. LOL! You are the second person to say that about the comments. Always blessed when people like the projects I share!

  13. Wreaths are always such a quick and easy way to add a pop of colour or an update for a new season Julie and you make some of the best.
    Thank you for sharing your quick and easy rustic fall wreath at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring this project at tonight’s party and pinning too.
    Hugs,
    Kerryanne

  14. Hi Julie! Your wreath is amazing. You did a great job with it – and sharing your tutorial. Thank you!

    I am actually getting a bit inspired lately – today was finally not a zilliion degrees and 100% humidity.

    1. Oh, I’m so glad you were inspired, Michele! I get it… it has been scorching here, as well! We are finally getting a break!

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