Freshly Foraged Fall Wreath

It’s no secret that I LOVE nature, and love to incorporate natural elements into my decor. I love to forage for wild flowers and greens that I can use in floral arrangements, and in this case to make into a wreath.

All you need is a branches with cute leaves, wire wreath form, wire, branch clippers, and clear spray paint. Start by finding branches that have leaves that you like. I like to use leaves that will look good after they dry…some leaves shrivel up as they dry. The wild olive branches that I used do roll up a bit when dry, but still look cute. Wire the leaves to the wreath form. I like to wire my branches so the leaves are all flowing in the same direction. After I get my first layer done, I start to fill in the areas that are a little more sparse. Just keep adding more leaves until your wreath is as full as you want, and has the shape that you want. Lay the wreath flat, spray with a coat of clear spray paint to seal the leaves. Keep the wreath flat for a few days to dry. Keeping the wreath laying flat while drying, will help the wreath to keep the shape. I added a little snippet of some red berries to one of the wreaths, just to add a little fall flair.

And that’s it…so simple and inexpensive!

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  1. This is so pretty! We used to make these years ago and my favorite thing to include was sumac – for the color. Love what you’ve done!

    1. Thank you so much!! You’re so sweet!! I like to keep adding things throughout the season…it will probably look a lot different by the time it’s time to take it downπŸ˜†

  2. These are absolutely gorgeous! I am really amazed! Great Job!

    1. Thank you so much, sweet friend!!!

  3. Oh my… this is beautiful. Like you I love incorporating natural elements into my decor. This wreath immediately screamed at me Tuscany. I don’t know why πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you so much!! Such a sweet comment! Tuscany…Maybe because they are olive leaves?? Hope you have a wonderful day!!πŸ’—

  4. This is gorgeous!! I love incorporating nature into my home (especially when it’s free πŸ˜‰ ).
    Found you via Katherine’s Corner.

    1. Thank you so much!! Free is always the best!!! Happy Monday! Hope you have a wonderful week!!πŸ’—

    2. Thank you so much!!!πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜

    3. Thank you so much!!πŸ’—

  5. Love the gorgeous fall foliage you have used! Your freshly foraged wreath is just lovely. Sharing around, including on the Hearth and Soul Facebook page. Thank you for being a part of Hearth and Soul. Happy September!

    1. Thank you so much!!!πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

  6. Beautiful and amazing that you used leaves from outdoors. Love it. Pinned to my Wreaths Board also. Great work. Keep inspiring us. Hostess from Thursday Favorite Things Party Linda @Crafts a la mode

    1. Thank you so very much!!!!πŸ’—

  7. Stunning…I am starting to think we are definitely vintage soul sisters since we love so many of the same things! I love natural wreaths! I will be featuring you tomorrow at TFT. I hope you will join us again this week!

    1. Thank you so much, Amber!! What a sweet compliment!!!πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’— thank you for the feature! You’re so sweet!!!

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