Monday, October 01, 2012

The Easiest Fall Burlap Wreath Tutorial

Can you  believe my burlap wreath is entering it's 3rd Season.
FALL!
In the Spring, it all started with the original wreath tutorial here and the mossy bunnies.
Then a real hot Summer with stars and bandannas here

Now it's ready for Fall and some color changes 



For my fall wreath I chose rich fall colors of orange, green and red. I selected an artificial sunflower and some berry picks and mixed them in with some natural cat tails.
Group your stems together and secure with a plastic tie
Wrap jute around the plastic tie to conceal and wrap your stems
Secure on the wreath with a piece of jute so that it blends with your wreath . Tie the jute around your the rim on the back of the wreath, to hold your arrangement in place.
For my initial, I used both an orange and cooper color to complement the other colors in the wreath. First I sprayed the sides of the letter orange and then I sprayed the top of the letter in cooper. I secured with a dab of glue. You can  also use jute to tie it in as well.
I will certainly enjoy this wreath during the Fall season. Rumor has it ( according to the bunnies ) that burlap does not like the cold, so I am not sure if it will see Winter!

Here is my latest fall versions of my burlap wreath. Orange burlap pumpkin wreath here.

Black burlap spider wreath here.


PS- For more of my fall projects from Top This Top That here.
       


Want Top This Top That delivered directly to your inbox?
It’s easy!  Just enter your e-mail address.

Enter your email address:


Delivered by FeedBurner

  

32 comments:

  1. That is such a pretty wreath. I'll definitely be back on Wednesday :-)

    ReplyDelete
  2. You know I love a good wreath...this one is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing it!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I love how you've been able to dress up this wreath for all the seasons, Laura! Love the initial and flowers you've used for Fall.

    ReplyDelete
  4. A burlap wreath is on my list of things to make this week, and I was planning on using the same red sunflowers that you used. What a coincidence! I hope mine looks as good as yours.

    ReplyDelete
  5. pretty, pretty! love burlap and jute! looks great with the orange and red on top to contrast.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Your burlap wreath is always so beautiful....working on my fall wreaths...with double doors, I always have to make two....next house, one door!!....

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm loving the fall interpretation ... and you must, must ignore that silly bunny and go for a winter version too! I mean, you're in the South after all!

    :)

    Linda

    ReplyDelete
  8. I like the way your wreath can be changed with the season. The addition of the colorful floral pieces really say autumn. -------Shannon

    ReplyDelete
  9. love the way the wreath can be changed n the beautiful things you have done for each season

    ReplyDelete
  10. I love it. But I can't find the base for it... I wonder if I can ask someone to do it for me.
    Thank you for sharing and as usual a Winner!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Lovely, of course!! That wreath is the bomb-diggety... gonna have to make one myself now. :)
    xo Heidi

    ReplyDelete
  12. Absolutely lovely! Isn't it wonderful when you don't have to reinvent the wheel -- so great to have that beautiful burlap wreath that can take on whatever you dish out!

    ReplyDelete
  13. This makes your wreath even more awesome - that it go through many seasons. Hmm, Christmas?

    ReplyDelete
  14. Really beautiful. It looked good in the spring and summer too, but I'm always partial to anything fall!

    ReplyDelete
  15. Laura, this wreath is rustic and really very beautiful! You can make burlap look classy!!!
    Please stop by StoneGable and share your festive wreath with us at TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS. Link goes live Wednesday at 8:00 pm! What a great tutorial!

    ReplyDelete

  16. do u have a step by step tutorial where u talk the instructions and show how to make the burlap thru the metal ring, im confused

    ReplyDelete
  17. Love how you've changed one wreath through the different seasons!! I read through your original tutorial and through your comments and noticed people asking for starting/tutorial instructions...if you are still emailing those out, could you send them my way? goingsonintexas at gmail dot com
    Thanks!!

    ReplyDelete
  18. A third standing ovation! Well done!

    ReplyDelete
  19. I am so happy to find you. I have burlap from my daughters wedding and have been looking for a craft to use it on. I love love fall and this wreath is absolutely perfect for me. Thank you. I hope I can find out how you did it:)

    ReplyDelete
  20. Congrats on your feature! I really like how you made it to be an interchangeable wreath. Very nice.

    ReplyDelete
  21. Love...Love...would love instructions on making the wreath....angiemccoy1@comcast.net Thanks!!

    ReplyDelete
  22. This is my FAVORITE version of the three! I just love that rustic feel of the burlap with the rich fall colors. Lovely!

    ReplyDelete
  23. I have just discovered how versatile burlap can be and can't wait to try this, how perfect for Autumn decor!

    ReplyDelete
  24. I love it! Looks great.

    ReplyDelete
  25. how do you attach the burlap on the wreath? I would love to make one but don't know how to do the burlap. My email is happydales@me.com if you could send me the directions I would greatly appreciate it.
    Laurie

    ReplyDelete
  26. OK, I just started at the beginning of this post & read through all the comments trying to find detailed instructions for the burlap wreath. Although I didn't find instructions, I did find 2 links for other blogs that have detailed instructions:

    http://www.lifeonmarsblog.net/2012/03/easy-burlap-wreath.html

    http://littlecottageofmine.com/

    Hopefully this helps all the other 20+ crafters who need instructions :)

    ReplyDelete
  27. JUST FOUND THE "BURLAP WREATH TUTORIAL" ON HOMEPAGE OF 'TOP THIS TOP THAT'! IF YOU HAVE BEEN DIRECTED HERE FROM A LINK, REFRESH THIS PAGE, SCROLL DOWN A LITTLE & YOU WILL SEE TUTORIAL LINK ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF SCREEN :)

    ReplyDelete
  28. Love your beautiful fall wreath! Where did you find your letter in such a large script??

    ReplyDelete
  29. Love this! I made a similar one, but didn't add the flowers or the initial - great idea!

    ReplyDelete
  30. Finally, a burlap wreath I can make. Your tutorial is great because I am a show me person.
    To the hobby shop I go to buy burlap. Thanks.
    I plan to make one for Valentine.

    ReplyDelete
  31. I featured the pumpkin wreath on my Fall Door Decor post today! http://kraftymama.blogspot.com/2014/10/fall-door-decor-round-up.html

    ReplyDelete

What's Up!! Thanks for your comment. For those who are not a blogger or on G+, After you type your comment..... click on the drop down box that says "Comment As" and select "Name/URL". There you can enter your full name, or just your first name ... Just put something in there. You can leave the URL box blank. Click continue and then click post comment.