I was really reluctant getting in the Fall decorating spirit this year, but now that I’ve started I just can’t stop. My front door has been bare for awhile now and I really needed to get something for Fall up there. Inspired by napkin rings that I picked up at Hobby Lobby, I decided to make my own Fall wreath, which you may have seen already during my Fall Home Tour (Update, see Fall Home Tour 2016 here!). This turned out to be a really quick & easy little project-I love when that happens!
Here’s what you will need if you would like to make one of these (affiliate links for your convenience, see my disclosure policy here):
Grapevine Wreath (mine is 20″)
Burlap Sunflowers (similar)
Wheat Grass (see similar)
The burlap sunflowers pictured center below are the napkin holders. Way too cute to only take out occasionally! So I picked up a grapevine wreath and some faux autumn colored wheat grass and got to work.
I first attached the wheat grass by just inserting them in between the grapevines.
Then I hot glued the sunflower napkin rings on.
I then wrapped the fall berry garland around the entire wreath.
And that’s it! This is a short how-to post because this Fall wreath is that easy to make! I love these little sunflowers so much, I have them tucked in all over the house for fall.