Join designer Nick from Nick’s Seasonal Decor as he guides you through creating a stunning Fall themed wreath. In this tutorial, you’ll discover how to effortlessly make a beautiful wreath adorned with beautiful autumn elements using the Bowdabra.
Fall themed wreaths are a delightful addition to any front door, adding a vibrant burst of colors and a touch of charm to your home. If you’ve always wanted to craft your own wreath with an enchanting bow, this tutorial is perfect for you. Get ready to embark on a creative journey as we work with a grapevine wreath to bring your fall wreath to life.
Follow along with Nick from Nick’s Seasonal Decor as he shares his expert tips and techniques, empowering you to craft a professional-quality wreath that captures the essence of the season.
2.5 wide Fall plaid ribbon
18” Grapevine Wreath
Fall Berry bush
Gold eucalyptus bush
First, cut some Bowdabra bow wire and fold it in half and lay it in the Bowdabra. This will be your slip knot.
Next, cut a long piece of plaid ribbon and lay it in the Bowdabra. Now, lay in a longer piece of plaid ribbon in the Bowdabra making sure you have about 1/2″ over so that it will not pull out when you are finished making your bow. Begin twisting and making 4″ loops. Make four or five loops on each side.
Next, thread the loose wires through the loops and pull tight while the bow is still in the Bowdabra. Remove, separate the wires, turn to the back and tie a knot. Use the excess wire to tie the bow to the wreath.
Now, add some fall berries to the wreath attaching with some hot glue. Then, work in some eucalyptus sprigs.
Wasn’t that the easiest and absolutely gorgeous fall themed wreath?