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DIY Autumn Wreath

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DIY Autumn Wreath
DIY Autumn Wreath

"DIY Autumn Wreath is not only quick and easy, it’s also budget wise and kid friendly. It takes only a few hours to make the wreath. Shorten this time by painting the wreath frame several hours before or the night before completing the wreath. The kids can help with painting the wreath, sorting the leaves, and organizing the leaves on the frame before gluing. I started with a flat floral wreath ring and a bag of silk autumn flowers. Most all of the flowers were orange, red, or gold—only a few had shades of green. The kids and I painted both sides of the frame in an Italian sage green color to compliment the orange, red, and gold colors of the leaves. We let the frame dry overnight. I sorted through the bags of silk leaves, then I had the kids stack the leaves in piles by color. To come up with an autumn color scheme, I arranged the leaves by color on the wreath before gluing to the frame. I alternated the colors on the second row, too. I picked up the supplies on sale at a craft store, but these supplies are available at most dollar stores."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths

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Nicely done! Easy to make.

This is a very simple yet beautiful idea. I like that it's something kids can help with as I do crafts with my grandkids. And being as they have never seen Fall colors in their glory, we can talk about it and look it up online and learn. Thank you for this great idea. By the way, a big orange or good bow would really add a glamour us touch.

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