Make an easy DIY Farmhouse Wreath for Fall. This can be put together in under 30 minutes using Lamb’s Ear stems and craft pumpkins.
Do you hang wreaths indoors? I like to dress up a chalkboard in our sunroom with seasonal wreaths.
This post may contain affiliate links. Across the Blvd uses affiliate links (including Amazon). If you make a purchase, I may be compensated at no additional cost to you. Thanks for supporting our blog! Please see our Disclosure Policy for more information.
I’m always trying to find ways to create budget friendly seasonal décor and making simple wreaths is a great way to do that.
Farmhouse Fall Wreath with Lamb’s Ear
It helped to keep the cost low by finding a package of wreath rings at my local Goodwill recently. For this wreath, I used the largest of the three rings.
The lamb’s ear stems were purchased at Walmart and the white craft pumpkins are Dollar Tree buys. I had the ribbon on hand left over from the Late Summer Tablescape Wood Box I shared recently.
The first step in making this wreath was to cut the stems from the lamb’s ear. I wanted the leaves to overlap and the easiest way to do that was to make them shorter.
I decided before making this that I would be using it indoors. That meant I could use hot glue. For outdoor wreaths, I like to use E6000 or Gorilla glue.
Once the stems had been cut, I began hot gluing the lamb’s ear to the wreath ring, making sure I was spacing them so that the wreath would look full once it was complete.
Before adding all of the lamb’s ear, I attached a ribbon loop for hanging to the top of the wreath. It’s hot glued near the bottom onto the ring.
After adding most of the greenery, I hung the wreath to get a good look at the spots that needed more added to make it even and full. You can see it needed more on the top left side.
More of the greenery was added and that was followed by hot gluing small white craft pumpkins around the wreath.
For a little more depth I added white beaded stems that I had in my craft stash to the wreath. These are tucked between the leaves and not permanently attached.
The final step to complete the wreath was to add a small bow at the top. It’s a simple bow with a loop added to the center.
Since I don’t know how well the lamb’s ear would hold up outdoors, I’ll be using this on a chalkboard that’s in our sunroom. I added “Happy Fall” to the center of the board.
The simplicity of this farmhouse wreath is what I like most about it. I’m using green, coral, and copper for my fall decor this year and this fits in perfectly with that color palette.
Pin Me, Please!
Farmhouse Fall Wreath DIY
Supplies Used for Fall Farmhouse Wreath
- Wreath Ring
- Lamb’s Ear Stems (Walmart)
- Floral Wire Cutters
- White Craft Pumpkins (Dollar Tree)
- Floral Bead Stems
- Hot Glue
I love that this wreath was both easy and budget friendly to put together. Have you made a new wreath for fall yet?
Beverly shares easy, inexpensive craft tutorials, diy projects for the home, coastal decor projects, & thrift store find makeover projects all designed to help you create a beautiful home on a budget.