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DIY Fall Feathered Wreath

DIY Fall Feathered Wreath
DIY Fall Feathered Wreath
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If you're on the hunt for fall grapevine wreath ideas, don't miss this feathered beauty! The DIY feathered wreath features gorgeous natural accents like pheasant feathers, broom corn, and wheat. Select feathers in your favorite autumnal hues of brown and gold to create your accent piece. A champagne-colored ribbon is the perfect complement to the whispy yet powerful feather center. Don't forget to add accents around the rest of the wreath, such as broom corn and of course, more feathers. Display this wreath proudly on your front door or stacked against some hay bales and pumpkins. This wreath can be repurposed year after year and will instantly get your home in the fall spirit.

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialNatural Material

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Pheasant Feathers - as many as you wish and the longer in length for a dramatic effect. B574N-10
  • Hot Glue
  • Grapevine Wreath 
  • Wide Ribbon 
  • Broom Corn


  1. Weave smaller pheasant feathers into a grapevine wreath. If you plan on hanging the wreath outside or somewhere windy, glue the feathers down. For indoor use, simply twisting the feathers in will do nicely.

  2. Weave in some broom corn (or other natural embellishments like wheat.) Again, glue down if needed.

  3. Create an eye-catching burst of feathers and broom corn at the top. Hot glue these elements onto the wreath.

  4. Wrap a length of ribbon around the middle of the feather burst. Secure with hot glue on the back side of the wreath.

  5. Tie a bow from the large ribbon and attach with hot glue.

  6. There you have it—the perfect autumn decoration! Hang it up and let it greet your guests and warm your home.

    Happy Crafting!
    Your Feathered Friends at Feather Place

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