A Neutral DIY Fall Ribbon Wreath
We’ve had a few tastes of cool fall air over the past couple weeks, and that signal of the changing seasons inspires me to decorate our house with some simple autumn decor. Do the changing seasons prompt you to switch up your decor as well?
As I was decorating, I decided I needed a festive fall wreath in our living room. Store-bought wreaths are often gorgeous, but they normally cost more than I’m willing to spend; I prefer to find thrifty decor, especially seasonal decor that only gets used a couple months of the year. So I whipped up my very own fall ribbon wreath. Isn’t is pretty?
Create Your Own Fall Ribbon Wreath
This wreath is easy to create and only requires basic supplies you can find at any craft or department store. WalMart is my only option for supplies in my little town, so it’s always a perk when I can find everything there!
Tying the ribbon will take some time, but it’s pretty mindless – making it the perfect activity to do in front of the TV. I made mine one night while sitting on the living room floor and laughing hysterically at New Girl. Have you watched that show? So, so funny.
This wreath doesn’t involve many steps, so I created a quick video tutorial to show you my process:
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- Decorative Ribbon (I used one cream and two sparkly ribbons)
- Burlap Ribbon (I used 1 inch width)
- Fabric Strips (I used white sheets cut into 1×8 inch strips)
- Wire Wreath Frame
- “Fall” Pennant Banner (mine is made from brown cardstock, string and mini clothespins)
Here I am hanging up my pretty new wreath. I made my hubby hold the camera for the last part of the video, and he snuck a few pictures in between takes. He also snuck in several eye rolls as I made him film my hands hanging this on the wall.
And here it is hung up above the end table next to our couch. This is the first thing you see when you walk in our front door, so I like to give this spot extra attention when I’m decorating.
I love the combination of burlap and creams with the subtle sparkle. Look at all that neutral, textured goodness. And the simple fall banner keeps this wreath festive yet practical.
I hope you enjoyed today’s fall ribbon wreath tutorial! I can hardly wait to show you the rest of our living room all gussied up for fall.
Have you made a ribbon wreath before?
P.S. Looking for more DIY wreath inspiration? You might enjoy this magnolia wreath that I made for $16:
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