How To Make A Fall Floral Wreath - Excel Blades


A wreath is a simple way to add a little pizazz to your home.  Decorating your front door, mantel or window with some DIY home décor is sure to add a personal touch.  Although fresh flower wreaths are beautiful, sometimes they just are not practical.  Time and time again we would find ourselves ogling over beautiful faux fall wreaths in craft stores and always wondered how we could make this a DIY craft for everyone?  Well, we’ve done it!  This faux flower wreath is a great craft to do on your own or with the kids.  It’s easy and inexpensive.  You only need a few materials and tools to create this beautiful fall floral wreath!

                Fall is a fun season for crafting.  This fabulous and easy to make fall wreath will add warmth to your home.  Grab a Styrofoam circle, faux flowers, a hot glue gun, some wire cutters, and round nose pliers to make this beautiful Fall Floral Wreath. Warm up your hot glue gun, brew some pumpkin spice coffee and grab a sugar cookie or two, it’s time to DIY!


What You’ll Need
Styrofoam Circle
Artificial Flowers
Hot Glue Gun

Step 1: Grab your wire nippers and artificial flowers.  Clip the flowers off the stem and set aside. Repeat this process for all of the flowers and leaves.

Step 2: Next, grab your Styrofoam circle and round nose pliers.  Insert the round nose plier into the Styrofoam circle to create a hole. 

Step 3: Now, take your glue gun and add some glue to the end of the flower stems you cut.  Insert the flower stem into the hole you just created on the styrofoam circle. Repeat this process until your wreath is full.

Tip: the hot glue will help the flowers stay in place and not fall out of the wreath.

Step 4: Once you complete your wreath, go back and fill in any spaces you think look bare.

Step 5: Add leaves sporadically throughout the wreath for added dimension.  Once you are done, you have finished your wreath!


We just LOVE how this piece turned out!  This wreath is something you can use year after year to welcome in the seasons. We highly recommend this Floral Wreath DIY project.  It took us approximately forty-five minutes to complete this wreath from start to finish.  It is a very rewarding project that will be a beautiful focal point in your home.

If you gave this DIY a try, we would love to see your end results! Tag us on social media using #excelblades for your chance to be featured on our page.  We can’t wait to see your work! 

We hope you enjoyed creating this awesome Faux Floral Wreath as much as we did! 

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