Fall is here, and it's finally starting to get cool even over here in Los Angeles. I love wreaths and am always eager to get one hanging up even before it feels quite like the holiday season. So for fall, we're showing you how to make this fall wreath made from materials that will last for a while and can be used over and over again! See how…
– acrylic paint
– wire cutters
– hot glue gun
1. Cut various shaped leaves out of the felt (we used golden yellow, hot pink, orange, and cream colored felt).
2. Paint white dots on each leaf to add dimension and texture.
3. Cut varying lengths of gold wire. Holding the middle of the base of the leaf, add a dab of hot glue, then place gold wire in glue and cinch the felt together until glue cools.
4. Attach faux greenery to the wreath frame by wrapping with floral wire.
5. Add in felt leaves as you like by wrapping the gold wire around the wreath frame to secure.
And if you want to see me make this DIY in person, check out this recent episode of Home & Family where I demonstrated making this wreath with…Kenny Loggins!