DIY Autumn Yarn Wreath

by Katie on October 30, 2012

We’ve got one more month before it’s time to haul out the Christmas decorations! That means there is still time to make a fall decoration or too, right?

This yarn wreath is so simple to make. It just takes a quick trip to the craft store for a few things and you can whip it together pretty easily…even if you don’t consider yourself a crafty kinda girl.

Really, it just boils down to wrapping yarn around a wreath form. I’m all about keeping things simple.

Here she is…

Autumn Yarn Wreath DIY

Here’s what you need…

DIY Fall Yarn Wreath

I’m sorry I didn’t document the whole process for you with pictures. I made this in the middle of the night when I couldn’t sleep…so my mind wasn’t thinking about the blog. Sorry.

To start, just wrap the yarn around the wreath form and tie a knot. Then just wrap and wrap and wrap and wrap again (you might want to watch a movie while you do this). When the whole wreath is wrapped just cut the yarn and use the hot glue gun to glue it to the back. Then just decorate it how you like – I just hot glued some flowers to it. Simple as that.

I’m actually quite late to the yarn wreath fad…so take a look and you will find many different ideas for yours. You can use several different colors of yarn or just do a simple one like mine.

If you are over fall decorations already…just make a Christmas one!

And wouldn’t this make a great gift for someone on your Christmas list?

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Tiffanee November 1, 2012 at 6:34 pm

So cute! I would of never thought it could be that simple. What a great frugal decoration. Gonna make one!


Katie November 1, 2012 at 10:33 pm

Yep, they are so easy to make :) Have fun crafting!


Misty November 5, 2012 at 8:50 am

I made one of these and instead of flowers, I used a cute pumpkin bow and tied it on the side. It is ADORABLE! I love driving down the street and staring at my porch now and my cute wreath! I can’t wait to make one for Christmas…


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