Sometimes, at least in our home, there is that spot on the wall that seems to need an added touch. And purchasing art work or a wreath can get expensive. Often times you can put together a wreath, with just a few supplies and a little inspiration. Using The Home Depot Fall Style Guide for inspiration, we set out on a mission to make a wreath. Who knew? The Home Depot for wreath making supplies!
Thinking outside the box, we designed this Rustic Wreath with just a few supplies. It went together very quickly and I think turned out pretty cool!
With just a few supplies, you can make your own. Let’s get to work…
DIY Rustic Wreath Supplies
- Wood – we used 1/4 inch hardwood plywood
- Burlap – found in the garden center
- Branches – we used green curly willow, red bud, red curly willow, found outside near the garden center
- Molding Corner Blocks of wood
- Sample Paint – they will tint any shade for you
- Saw to cut wood unless you buy the size you want
- Scissors to cut burlap
- Hot glue gun
- Paint brush
- Garden snips or heavy scissors to cut branches
- Cut the wood to your desired size
- We used 18 x18 inch and the inside is cut out for a 4 inch frame
- Wrap the wood with strips of burlap
- Secure with hot glue gun
- Paint your wood blocks with several coats
- Randomly glue the branches in place. I just let them go free form, because I liked that look.
- Glue the wood blocks in place
The Fall Style Guide is full of seasonal inspiration as well as home improvement projects, design ideas, décor trends, budget-friendly updates and more! Sarah Fishburne, The Home Depot’s Director of Trend and Design, highlights ways to incorporate seasonal trends into your home.
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