I love Fall wreaths!
Maybe it’s because I love Fall in Texas so much- or maybe it’s because of the beautiful colors; but I just love fall wreaths. Here are lots of examples. You can find instructions to make any number of these wreaths on my video tutorials page.
Here’s the one that hangs on my front door:
Here are lots of other great ideas:
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September 15, 2017 @ 10:06 pm
Hi Kelly. Love your work!! When adding a pumpkin to the center, do you cut the pumpkin in half so you can make two wreaths with it?
September 17, 2017 @ 8:32 am
Nancy- I actually bought the pumpkins already halved. Michael’s carries them. But, after so many requests, I ran out and so did Michael’s and so I bought whole ones and had The Mean Man cut them in half for me. It worked fine. On all of them I just drilled two small holes on each side and attached them to the wreath frame with floral wire. Thanks for stopping by!
February 19, 2017 @ 7:07 pm
Is there a chance you will do a demo on this particular wreath? I think it covers everything Fall.
February 22, 2017 @ 8:24 am
Ginger- I’ll definitely keep it in mind when I come back around to fall! Blessings!
October 21, 2016 @ 11:05 pm
Kelly, I have watched many tutorials on wreath making and yours is by far the best one ever. There is no need to watch any others, I have found everything I need to know in your video. The way you explain things makes it easy for a beginner like me to give it a try. I have made one wreath before but was not happy with the results and thought about giving up. Thank goodness I found your video and now have a new inspiration to try again. Thank you so much for your step by step instructions that are simple enough even for me to understand. Your wreaths are absolutely beautiful and I hope to begin making one of my on in a few days. Have a blessed day.
October 23, 2016 @ 1:54 pm
Addis- Thank you so very much for letting me know you have found my tutorials to be helpful to you. To give everyone the feeling that creating wonderful things is absolutely possibly, is truly my heart’s desire. I love hearing from new friends who are inspired in some way. Thanks for stopping by and leaving such encouragement. Blessings to you! Kelly
October 2, 2016 @ 3:04 pm
I found you about two hours ago and watched several of your YouTube videos. You have the best wreaths of all the videos I’ve watched the past few days. What a fabulous craft room you have. I must get mine more organized. I’m retired now having owned a gift basket, cookie bouquet and chocolates shop. . . but I’m about to give these mesh wreaths a whirl. Thanks for sharing Kelly.
Blessings ~ Judy
October 2, 2016 @ 4:01 pm
Judy- I’m so happy you found me! Thank you so much for taking a moment to let me know you did and for your kind words. I love to hear from people who find my tutorials helpful. I just really want people to see how easy it is to make these awesome wreaths. I’m sure yours will turn out beautifully. Having a great space to work is such a blessing for me, but you should see it when I finish making a wreath! It’s like a hurricane blew through. I usually just walk away and then wait a few days before getting it all back together. Luckily it’s upstairs and our bedroom and living room are downstairs so out of sight out of mind. I do have to start with a nice clean slate, however. I clean…. then create haha. Thanks again for stopping by. Blessings- Kelly
September 30, 2016 @ 4:57 am
i just found you looking around.i love what your doing and want to be able to create my own mesh wreaths i hope i can do it as ive been looking at these mesh wreaths for awhile now. happy fall“““ jans creations“jan
October 2, 2016 @ 2:03 pm
Jan- I’m so glad you found me! I hope you find some inspiration for your own creations here. You can absolutely do it! Just be patient and don’t worry about comparing your work to others. I hope your wreath turns out great! Blessings- Kelly
September 27, 2016 @ 5:54 pm
I learned to make my first deco mesh wreath by watching your videos. They are great! We live in Charlotte and my first wreath was a Carolina Panther theme made a month before they went to the super bowl last year. Thank you for the walk through method you use in your videos…it helped me to see you think it through. Your work in beautiful and I will enjoy continuing to watch your videos! Thanks Pam
September 27, 2016 @ 8:11 pm
Pam- Thank you so much for your kind words. I get so excited when I hear that I helped someone create something awesome. I’m really happy you took a moment to let me know you enjoy the videos and find them helpful. I hope you continue have fun most of all and make lots of beautiful wreaths and maybe some other things you find here too. Blessings to you! -Kelly
September 13, 2016 @ 6:07 pm
Hi Kelly, I have followed your video tutorials on YouTube and have just joined your website. I love the picture of the fall wreath that you said you have on your door and was wondering if you have a video for it? Thanks for all the great ideas!
September 13, 2016 @ 9:20 pm
I’m so glad you’ve found my YouTube Channel! I have a couple of fall wreath tutorials there. I honestly don’t remember which wreath I had mentioned at the time. My current wreath is the monogram wreath with the hydrangeas.
September 11, 2016 @ 8:45 am
These are do beautiful. I’ve never made one before but after watching your videos. I bought the materials to try one. Wish me luck and thank you for sharing your skills.
September 11, 2016 @ 1:01 pm
Deb- Oh, I’m so happy you’ve decided to try to make one! Just don’t get frustrated if things don’t seem to go perfectly. It just takes time and patience and you can do it! Thanks so much for letting me know. I hope it turns out awesome! Blessings! -Kelly
September 10, 2016 @ 7:43 pm
I love your wreaths! You make wreathing look so easy. I’ve been struggling with wreath making and often feel like giving up. Your videos give me encouragement to try again. Thank you so much!
September 11, 2016 @ 1:06 pm
Carlotta- Thank you so much. You sound like me- I tend to go into a project with the result in mind, then get frustrated when I don’t think it looks as good as I had planned. I’ve had to learn to just enjoy the process and try to not compare my work to others. That’s the key. I hope you keep trying and continue to make lovely things. Blessings! -Kelly