This is a guide about making a crocheted autumn wreath. Make some crochet flowers, leaves, or other items and use them to create a special fall wreath.
This is a guide about making an autumn stick wreath. Crafts made from nature are inexpensive as well as unique.
This is a guide about making an oval embroidery hoop wreath. An oval embroidery hoop can be used as the base for making a lovely wreath for any occasion.
Wendy that is simply gourd-geous all right. Very creative! Makes me want to grow gourds next year!
Very pretty! Would you mind sharing the poem with us?
With an older doily, rattan ring, and some time, you can have a nice wreath.
Approximate Time: 60 to 90 minutes
This can be custom made to your specs. So don't think if you don't have what I had that you can't make this wreath. See what you have, find the rest cheaply, and have fun!
By Sandi from Salem , OR
I never in a million years would have thought of that. Very pretty and clever! I have many beautiful doilies that would look nice made this way. A different one for every holiday and season.
Easy to make eucalyptus wreaths to decorate your home or use as a gift. Make your own for a fraction of what one would cost you to purchase.
An inexpensive uniquely made fall window decoration and matching wreath for your Church event or a classy way to just decorate your windows.
This is a guide about making a candy corn wreath. This delightful candy wreath is the perfect fall door decoration.
I have a large group of lavender plants and want to make a wreath. I have never done one and could use any suggestions on how to go about starting. Thanks.
Kathy from Lawrenceville, NJ
easy instructions at that site I have made them in this fashion using pencil thick flexible branches and then covering them with wet new paper this helps to keep flowers alive. I make them for wrapped sweets at christmas.
I always check the thrift stores for vine or Styrofoam wreath bases. Add any sort of decoration you have on hand. I gather dried, wild flowers, pine cones, dried seed pods, and dried stalks from plants. Using hot glue, or a good all purpose glue, I attach them to bases in in shape I want. Add a nice bow. At one time I even placed small gourds, a small corn cob with a small scarecrow to empty middle. Any seasonal item makes a nice wreath.
The dry leaves left on irises and day lilies make great "ties" for holding things on autumn wreaths and they are so natural, they blend in too.