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This beautiful Thanksgiving wreath is an easy DIY craft to make to decorate your front door this holiday season.

You can grab all of the supplies for only a few dollars. You might even have some of the supplies already in your craft closet!.

Make this festive wreath for Thanksgiving in just a few minutes.

Thanksgiving wreath with burlap and festive flowers

A perfect DIY project for the beginner crafter as it’s simple to make. The entire project uses glue dots or hot glue to secure everything in place.

Wreath for Thanksgiving

Follow this step by step tutorial to make this Thanksgiving wreath for your home or to gift to someone special this beautiful autumn season.

Wreath for Thanksgiving

Supplies

Materials needed to make a Thanksgiving wreath

Directions

Attach two glue dots to one end of the ribbon. Attach ribbon to the wreath form.

Applying glue to the ribbon in order to attach it to the wreath form

Wrap ribbon around the wreath form, overlapping the ribbon at the ends so none of the wreath form shows through.

Wrapping ribbon around foam wreath form

Wrapping ribbon and overlapping it around a foam wreath form

When you get the end where the ribbon meets up with the other end of the ribbon, overlap it and cut the ribbon, then attach glue dots to the end and secure on top of the other ribbon, in the back of the wreath. This area will be covered with flowers, so you will not see it.

Finish wrapping ribbon around foam wreath form and glue the final end of the ribbon to complete the wrap

Remove 4 sunflowers from their stems, and 2 of the cream flowers.

Removing faux flowers from the stems

Orange flowers for Thanksgiving wreath

Cream colored flowers for Thanksgiving wreath idea

Faux flowers for a Thanksgiving wreath

Apply a glue dot to the back of each sunflower and cream flowers and attach to the wreath, spacing them about ½ inch apart.

Apply glue to the back of the fake flowers to stick on the wreath

Applying glue to the back of the flowers for the Thanksgiving DIY wreath

Stick the flowers to the burlap wrapped wreath form

Thanksgiving wreath with burlap ribbon and orange and white flowers

It’s that easy to make a beautiful Thanksgiving wreath for your home this Holiday. Now all you need to do is hang it on the door!

Check out these wreath door hangers!

Thanksgiving wreath hanging on a door

It’s this just beautiful?

We love simple DIYs and this one is no exception!

DIY Thanksgiving Wreath

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Thanksgiving Wreath

A five-minute Thanksgiving wreath with burlap ribbon and faux flowers.
Prep Time5 mins
Yield: 1 wreath
Author: Scrappy Geek
Cost: $5

Equipment

  • Scissors

Materials

  • 1 count 10 inch foam wreath form
  • 1 roll Burlap ribbon, 9 feet
  • 4 count Orange flowers faux, large
  • 2 count Cream colored flowers faux
  • Glue dots or hot glue

Instructions

  • Apply two glue dots or hot glue to one end of the ribbon. Attach ribbon to the wreath form.
  • Wrap ribbon around the wreath form, overlapping the ribbon at the ends so none of the wreath form is showing through.
  • When you get the end where the ribbon meets up with the other end of the ribbon, overlap it and cut the ribbon.
  • Apply glue to the end and secure on top of the other ribbon, in the back of the wreath.
  • Remove the stems from the six faux flowers
  • Apply glue to the back of the flowers and attach them along the bottom of the wreath as seen in the photos.

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Notes

Glue dots are easy to use and work well. However, if you have hot glue, you can certainly use that to attach the ribbon to the form and the flowers to the wreath!

 

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