How to Make a Dried Flower Wreath

3 Simple Fall Wreath DIYs

On the hunt for the perfect fall wreath? Why not create one yourself! Whether you’re looking to spruce up your living room, add a little fall foliage to your front door, or use up some extra dried or artificial clippings - get your creativity flowing by creating a simple DIY wreath! Follow along below and learn how to design a simple dried flower wreath, a dried orange slice wreath, and a dried hydrangea wreath. Shop the complete look here or browse our fall collection to design your own. How to Make a Dried Flower Wreath

Simple Dried Flower Wreath

1. Attach small wispy flowers like rodanthe or amaranth directly into the wreath base, secure with hot glue.
2. Create small bundles of ornamental grass, hot glue directly onto the wreath.
3. Mix bunny tails in with the ornamental grass for texture, secure with hot glue.
4. Add dried sunflower heads or other large florals as focal flowers throughout the design.How to Make a Dried Flower Wreath with Orange Slices

Grapevine Wreath with Dried Orange Slices

1.Start with a thin grapevine base.
2. Make small bundles of baby’s breath, attach with a hot glue gun.
3. Continue adding more small bundles of baby’s breath in the opposite direction.
4. Decorate with orange slices, using hot glue to secure.
How to Make a Dried Flower Wreath with Dried Hydrangeas

Dried Hydrangea Wreath

1.Clip and separate dried hydrangeas into small sections.
2. Insert stems directly into the grapevine wreath, secure with hot glue.
3. Continue hot gluing hydrangea clippings along the wreath base.
4. Spray with clear adhesive to secure any small clippings in place.