INSIDE : Learn how to use an inexpensive plastic plate and transform it into a gorgeous and fun Fall Wreath. Hang the wreath indoors or outside on your front door – it is a show stopper no matter where you put it!
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This might very well be one of my favorite fall wreaths I have ever made! A few weeks ago, I put this fun fall plate wreath together on a Facebook LIVE crafting with Amy. I was so so thrilled with how it turned out that I decided to make sure and share it with you all, too.
Let’s talk about the supplies needed to make this wreath.
What supplies do I need to make a colorful Fall Wreath from a plate?
How do I make a colorful Fall Wreath using a simple plate?
Be sure to watch my Facebook LIVE video for the full tutorial on making a fun red and pink fall wreath!
If you know me at all, you know I very often play around with non-traditional seasonal color palettes. I really loved incorporating these vibrant fall red colors with the soft blush pink. And it goes so well with our red front door screen!
Simple Plate Fall Wreath
And isn’t the black construction paper “fall” just the most perfect touch to this fun wreath? Did you catch how I made it? It was not with a fancy cutting machine… be sure to watch the video to see how simple it really was.
- Faux Fall Leaf stems (two of them)
- Pink Plastic Plate
- Black Construction Paper
- Wire Cutters
- Hot Glue Gun
- Start by cutting off the excess stems from your silk leaves. Then slightly bend the remainder in a slight rounded "plate-like" shape.
- Using hot glue, begin to secure your leaves and their stems to the plasic plate.
- Bend and twist the leaves to make a nice full feel. Hot glue additional leaves here and there to fill in any empty spots.
- On a black piece of construction paper, write "fall" in cursive. Then cut out with scissors.
- Glue your "fall" on the plate.
- Cut and glue ribbon to the back of your plate.
- Hang and enjoy!
If you are loving this project, like I am – then be sure to pin this post to make later with your friends!
If you’re looking for other wreaths, you might like these…