How to Make a Natural Nut Wreath

This couldn't-be-easier fall wreath starts with a foam wreath form, adds a burlap wrap, and ends with nuts hot-glued in place. It does take a bit of time (expect an hour to add all the nuts), but it can be done during your favorite TV show or in stages. Your beautifully decorated fall front door is worth it!

Fall decorating problem, solved! Make this nut-covered fall wreath and your front door will look gorgeous all the way through Thanksgiving. Gluing on the nuts takes a little bit of time, but the stunning finished wreath is worth it.

Materials

  • Foam wreath
  • Burlap ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Hot-glue sticks
  • Mixed nuts
  • Sealer

How to Make the Nut Wreath

  1. Wrap wreath form in burlap, securing with hot glue.
  2. Hot-glue mixed nuts to the wreath, starting on one end and working your way around.
  3. Spray wreath with sealer for glisten and longevity.

1 Comment

  1. What are the other things besides the nuts on this wreath that is pictured? Looks like maybe, dried seed pods?



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