Harvest Wreath Decor for Fall #Craft 20

harvestHow To Make a Harvest Wreath For Fall Decor

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I can’t believe that Fall is almost here.  Up here in the White Mountains of Arizona, it is definitely my favorite time of year.  The leaves will start changing and the smell in the air is just different.  It’s hard to describe, but you can just tell when Fall is starting up here in the mountains, and I love it.  We’re already planning on getting more wood for the fire, as it starts to cool down and the jackets & sweaters might need to start getting hung up and ready to wear.

I figured that since I always decorate for Fall and Harvest time, that I would make this wreath for hanging on the porch or in the house…can’t decide yet.  It’s really easy to do, and I got everything at Dollar Tree, so very inexpensive.

I hope you like it!! Have a blessed day, and please be sure to comment on and share this #TBCCrafters craft!!

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Harvest Wreath Decor Craft

Materials/Tools Used: 

  • Pre-Made Wreath
  • Faux Foliage
  • Faux Apples (Small)
  • Floral Wire
  • Scissors
  • & Time!


Start by using some wire clippers to cut the floral pieces apart, being sure to keep the ends somewhat short, since you’ll have to insert these into the wreath and don’t want a lot hanging out, etc.


When you have as many pieces cut, that you will need (I used about 3 full floral pieces), you can then start inserting them into the wreath.  Just space them as you wish and be sure to intertwine the ends, to hide them.


Next, to attach your faux fruit, insert a small piece of floral wire through the bottom.  This will be used to secure it onto the wreath and secure them, so they don’t fall off, or if you’re hanging it outside, the birds can’t take it, if they think that they are real.


When you have the wire inserted, just bend the ends down toward each other.  Then find a place on the wreath that you wish to attach it and slide the ends of the wire through the branches.


Be sure to have each wire in different areas, so that when you twist it together to tighten it, you have it secure and not just tied to itself.  Then, using your fingers or pliers, twist the ends together to secure and then trim them to as close as you can.  Be sure to tuck the ends into the wreath, so that there aren’t any sharp things that might hurt you.


After that, just attach another piece of wire to the back to use as a hook.  Just to be sure it will secure well and stay up wherever you hang it.  Now, just put it where you wish and enjoy the Fall season!


Hope you like it!  Please take a minute to leave me a comment and let me know what you would do different, or what you would add, etc.  Be sure to tweet, pin, share, etc. – thanks!!

“Those who depend on their wealth will fall like the leaves of autumn, but the righteous will prosper like the leaves of summer.” -Proverbs 11:28

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Gladys Parker
6 years ago

That wreath is gorgeous. Even I could do that and maybe I will. The next time my daughter and I go shopping I’ll add the craft store to our list of stops. Maybe I can even get her to do one also I know she’ll love it!

9 years ago

Love it! I just might make one, it’s looks great Jamie = ) So Fally!


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Dawn Pruitt
9 years ago

This is great! I only wish I had a tree to put one on!


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Megan Kubasch
9 years ago

I love wreaths. We just moved into a new house this summer, and the wreath that came with the house is U G L Y. But my husband loves it because it has sea shells on it, and he is in the Coast Guard. So I needed some new inspiration for a fall wreath, thank you for sharing this! Stopping by from the IBA Facebook Group! 🙂

Joanne T Ferguson
9 years ago

G’day Your wreath is gorgeous! Love people who are creative!
Cheers! Joanne

9 years ago

I love wreath making. I adore the apples on yours! I will have to try adding some. thanks much for sharing!

Linda Kinsman
9 years ago

I love that you used apples on your fall wreath. A fresh and unique idea I just may have to borrow. Thanks for the inspiration!

Heidi Bee
Heidi Bee
9 years ago

I love this so much, I think harvest decor is my favorite!!

Rose Powell
9 years ago

This wreath is beautiful and I absolutely LOVE the photography of it hanging on the tree!!! Pinning it!