Give your front door a neutral farmhouse makeover with this DIY Wood Bead fall wreath.
This wreath is very easy to make and only requires a few supplies. It can be completed in less than 5 minutes and costs under $20 to make! It’s a very quick and easy DIY fall decor idea. If you wanted to save even more money, you can make your own wood bead wreath by using a wire wreath ring from Dollar Tree, snip the wire and string your own wood beads through and seal it with hot glue!
I got my supplies at Hobby Lobby during their 50% off sale! I already had the floral wire and burlap ribbon though, which I got at Walmart. You can either buy the burlap bow pre-made to save time or make your own. I used a bowdabra bow maker to make mine, but that’s not necessary. Here’s a Youtube video for how to make a basic burlap bow without one.
This DIY wood bead wreath would go great with your neutral fall porch decor. Add some dried corn stalks, white mums in a galvanized bucket, hay bales and white pumpkins on the side of your front door to complete the look.
You could also hang it above your mantel to give your living room a fall touch. Finish off the look with a burlap fall garland and some neutral accents like mini white pumpkins, chunky wood candleholders, vases of wheat, etc.
Supplies Needed for This Wood Bead Fall Wreath:
- wood bead wreath
- two fall floral picks — The ones I used were from Hobby Lobby.
- burlap bow
- floral wire
- wire cutters
How to Make this Wood Bead Fall Wreath:
- Cut the stems off your fall picks so they are not sticking out.
- Attach fall floral picks to either side of the wreath form using floral wire.
- Tie the burlap bow to the bottom of the wreath in the center.
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