Natural Fall Wreath for Your Front Door
Make a front door show-stopper using just a few supplies, including natural hydrangea and a large vine wreath. See our editor's secrets to the dramatic fall craft!
Today I'm gonna show you how to make an easy fall wreath that will be a show stopper for any front door. To get started you'll need some hydrangea. You need a wreath form, this is a Great Pine wreath, about 24 inches wide. Some ribbon. You're gonna need garden shears, wire clippers. And some green wire to secure the hydrangea to the wreath. The tip to make the wreath look like it's hanging from this ribbon is, I secure the wreath to the door with the picture nail hook. But then I used a self adhesive removable hook up on top, and hung the ribbon to that. So it looks like it's all one piece, but really, what this is, it's just pure decorative. So, to get started, we're only going to go three quarters around, the wreath, with the majority of the Hydrangea here and then gradually thinning out and ending to about here. And what I'm going to do, is. I'm going to take some of the green floral wire and wrap it around the stem of the hydrangea. Wrap it around one of the vines a few times. And what this will do is this will secure it, so with the opening and closing of the door or even with the wind, you make sure that the hydrangea stays in place. Not only is the wreath super easy, but as the hydrangea dries you get even more beautiful rich fall color. [MUSIC]