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Make an Easy and Inexpensive DIY Fall Wreath

Welcome fall into your home and make an easy and inexpensive DIY fall wreath! This fall paper leaf wreath is simple to put together and will add a seasonal touch to your home.

grapevine wreath with paper leaves, ribbon, and acorns on mantle with brick background

With a new season approaching, it is a great time to add some cozy touches to our homes.

If you’re like me and want to decorate on a budget, you’ve come to the right place!

Today I am excited to be joining a very talented and creative group of ladies who are part of the “Thrifty Style Team”. A big thank you to Julie from Redhead Can Decorate, who hosts this amazing group of bloggers!

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I love decorating our home for each season. Adding a seasonal wreath is one of the easiest ways as it instantly changes the decor for the seasons. This fall paper leaf wreath is so inexpensive to make and comes together in just a few minutes.

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Supplies Needed to Make a Fall Paper Leaf Wreath

  • grapevine wreath
  • ribbon
  • paper cardstock leaf cut outs
  • artificial acorns
  • glue gun
  • hot glue sticks
  • finger protectors for hot glue

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DIY Fall Wreath Instructions

The Leaves

Using my Cricut and the Cricut scoring tool, I made a variety of leaves that I found with my subscription on Cricut Design Space.

If you don’t have a Cricut or access to Cricut Design Space, you can use any leaf cardboard cut-outs. I linked a variety of these in the Shop my Post banner. Etsy shops are a great resource for these.

Scored leaf cut outs on shimmered cardstock

Simple Process to Make a DIY Fall Paper Leaf Wreath

  1. If you are making your leaves, score and cut them using a Cricut machine and scoring tool. Sort your materials.
  2. Wrap ribbon around wreath, spacing it out. Attach ribbon together with a dot of hot glue. Cut excess ribbon.
  3. Start with large leaves, glue leaves on the grapevine wreath, alternating colors and styles.
  4. Glue artificial acorns on wreath.
grapevine wreath with paper leaves, ribbon, and acorns on marble background
close up of grapevine wreath with paper leaves, ribbon, and acorns on marble background

Hang your fall wreath on a door, mirror, old window, or place on a mantle.

grapevine wreath with paper leaves, ribbon, and acorns on mantle with brick background

I love fall and all of the cozy feels that it brings. I am excited to embrace the fall season and look forward to adding more touches to my home.

close up of grapevine wreath with paper leaves, ribbon, and acorns on mantle with brick background

What a fun fall project!

How wonderful that card stock and ribbon can make a pretty wreath! I am so happy with how this came out and will enjoy it in my fall home.

Let me know in the comments below if you give this project a try. If you post it, please tag me. I’d love to see a picture!

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grapevine wreath with paper leaves, ribbon, and acorns on mantle with brick background

Make an Easy and Inexpensive DIY Fall Wreath

Welcome fall into your home and make an easy and inexpensive DIY fall wreath! This fall paper leaf wreath is simple to put together and will add a seasonal touch to your home.
Prep Time10 mins
Active Time15 mins
If you score and cut your own leaves, add15 mins
Keyword: diy fall wreath, diy wreath, fall wreath, paper crafts, wreath
Cost: $15

Equipment

  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 glue gun
  • finger protectors for hot glue

Materials

  • 1 grapevine wreath
  • ribbon your choice of width and pattern
  • paper card stock leaf cut outs
  • artificial acorns

Instructions

  • If you are making your leaves, score and cut them using a Cricut machine and scoring tool. Sort your materials.
  • Wrap ribbon around wreath, spacing it out. Attach ribbon together with a dot of hot glue. Cut excess ribbon.
  • Start with large leaves, glue leaves on the grapevine wreath, alternating colors and styles.
  • Glue artificial acorns on wreath.

Notes

Using my Cricut and the Cricut scoring tool, I made a variety of leaves that I found with my subscription on Cricut Design Space.
If you don’t have a Cricut or access to Cricut Design Space, you can use any leaf cardboard cut-outs. I linked a variety of these in the Shop my Post banner. Etsy shops are a great resource for these.

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14 Comments

  1. Such a cute wreath for Fall Lynne! I like the addition of the acorns and ribbon!

  2. I love this, Lynne! This wreath is so affordable and simple but I love how much color and texture it adds. The acorns were a great touch!

  3. Can you believe I have never used a Cricut machine??? This is such a cute Fall wreath, Lynne!!

  4. This is so cute, Lynne! Thank you for being a part of our team!!!

  5. Those leaves are adorable! I need to check out that scoring stylus! They look fabulous on your wreath! Blessings, Donna

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