Make a statement on your front door with this White Leaf Fall Wreath tutorial.
I wanted something a little different for my front door wreath this year. I had something black and off-white in mind, maybe with little berries that were painted black. I searched what seemed like every craft store in the Scottsdale area, and finally came upon these off-white and brown, silk maple leaf picks at Michaels. I bought them all, and then went to another Michaels to look for more. But unfortunately, that Michaels only had large sprays of similar leaves. So I bought a few of those too.
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After putting all the leaves on the grapevine wreath, and then giving the leaves a healthy dose of Krylon Glitter Shimmer, I looked at the wreath and felt like it needed to be at a wedding. Ugh. The black berries I had planned on putting on it wouldn’t even show and it would still look like a wedding wreath. Is there even a thing such as a wedding wreath?
So, I went back to the craft store and searched through all the colorful fall florals to find something that will add a touch of fall to the wreath. There were silk mums and pretty picks of wheat. I decided on this orange spray. One was enough to add the perfect hint of fall color to this white leaf fall wreath.
Putting the wreath together is quite simple. I just started with the white leaf picks and tucked them into the grapevine wreath. I didn’t even bother using the wire (or glue) to hold them in place. I just kept tucking the leaves in and around. It helps to hang the wreath on the wall and step back to see if you are placing the leaves evenly.
Of course, your wreath doesn’t need to be as full as mine. I just like my wreaths fluffy.
Looking for more color? Check out this DIY Sparkly Autumn Leaf Wreath Tutorial!
White Leaf Fall Wreath
- 15 inch grapevine wreath
- 20 + White silk leaf fall stems
- 1 orange floral sprig
- Gold glitter spray
- Heavy duty scissors or wire cutters
- Floral wire
- Tuck white silk leaf stems into the grapevine wreath, securing with wire (or hot glue) to hold in place. Go all around the wreath, until it looks full.
- Take wreath outside and spray with gold glitter spray. Let dry.
- Cut stems off of the orange floral spray and tuck in evenly around the white leaves. Use wire or glue to hold in place.
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Wow. you’re so creative. This is very beautiful.
Thank you! Have a great weekend!
This is such a beautiful wreath! I love the colors!
Really lovely, and unique! Pinned!
I love how elegant and understated this looks. The orange pick is just enough color. Thanks for sharing at the Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Party.
What a gorgeous fall wreath. I love the white leafs with just a pop of color. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle Party. I’ll be featuring this at tomorrow’s party. Hope you’ll join us!
Create With Joy
I LOVE your wreath Jessa and I’m DELIGHTED to feature you at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy this week – thanks for sharing your creativity with us! xoxo
Thank you so much! I’ll be stopping by!
This is so pretty, and I can see that it could easily be changed for Christmas! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
I’m visiting from “Inspire Me Monday’ after seeing your featured post. The white leaf wreath is bootifully elegant! 🙂 Thanks for sharing. I don’t have plans to do this this fall but saved your idea for a hopefully not-so-distance future DIY project. Have a pAwesome week!
Thanks for stopping by!
What a stunning gorgeous wreath!! Absolutely love it!!
Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!
This is sooo pretty! Reminds me of November with frost on the fall leaves. I am featuring this post today at TFT. Thanks for sharing with us. Have a great weekend ahead! https://followtheyellowbrickhome.com/the-softer-side-of-autumn-at-thursday-favorite-things/
Grandmas House DIY
Wonderful idea and the wreath looks just awesome. Thank you for sharing this idea!
Absolutely gorgeous. I love that there are just hints of fall within the white leaves.