I love wreaths with natural elements like sprigs of leaves, wheat stalks, eucalyptus, etc. I decided to make myself a new fall wreath and create it entirely from wheat stalks. Nice and simple.
18″ straw wreath form (kept in its packaging)
1 3/4″ floral pins
5 packages of wheat bundles
Wired burlap ribbon
I ordered my supplies from Hobby Lobby and the wheat was 50% off so that helped with the cost. I ordered 6 bundles of wheat, but 5 ended up being plenty for my 18″ wreath.
I cut about 12″ off of the bottom of each of the wheat bundles and began grouping small sections onto the wreath, pinning them as I went. I continued around the entire wreath and was careful to tuck it in to hide the pins when I came back to my starting point.
A quick coat of clear spray paint and a floral pin to secure a nice big burlap ribbon and it was ready to hang!
The weather here doesn’t seem ready for fall, but my front porch is getting there!
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