Make this beautiful Birch Ribbon Wreath for Fall!
I made a few Halloween wreaths this year but I wanted to make a wreath that I could hang up for Thanksgiving.
I love the rustic look of birch and thought it would perfect for a fall wreath.
My first thought was to buy sheets of actual birch bark. After searching online, I found that many of the reviews said that sheets and rolls of real birch bark were brittle and hard to work with. My alternative was to use birch patterned ribbon.
I was quite happy when I got this ribbon in– it’s has nice color and a very realistic bark pattern. The exact brand that I bought is no longer in stock but here’s a link to similar roll of ribbon on Amazon.
If you’re looking for a beautiful Fall Wreath that’s easy and inexpensive to make, check out the easy how-tos below.
- A 14-inch foam wreath form
- 2.5-inch wide x 10 yards birch or bark patterned wire ribbon
- Fall floral picks, silk leaves, gourds, pinecones
- Ring with bells (I found this at Dollar Tree but read below to learn how to make one)
- Hot glue gun
How to Make a Birch Ribbon Wreath
To start, wrap the birch patterned wire ribbon evenly around the foam wreath form. I hot glued the beginning of the ribbon then cut and hot glued the end to the back of my wreath.
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Last, tie the ring of bells on with twine. Then hot glue faux fall leave and other decorations on.
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This wreath is so much cuter than the picture and I can’t wait to hang it up!
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