Decorate for fall with this festive DIY autumn grapevine wreath, featuring fall florals and a little felt fox for fun!
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I struggle with decor every year from mid-August through September. The weather is warm enough that it still feels like summer and I don’t feel ready to put out fall. Last year I decorated with apples. This year I left my flamingo themed porch up through the first of September.
It would seem as if it’s time for autumn decor now, but it’s almost time for Halloween. At the end of the day, I decided to put out autumn decor that could easily be flipped for Halloween in late September an then updated once again for fall November 1.
This year’s minimal September decor includes this fun foxy DIY autumn grapevine wreath. I am excited to show you just how easy it is to create something similar!
DIY Autumn Grapevine Wreath
I love the subtle warm tones in this autumn grapevine wreath. It makes me feel all the fall feels and it was so easy to put together!
Here’s what you will need to create your own autumn grapevine wreath:
Most of the items for this wreath were purchased at Hobby Lobby. I’ve linked to each of the items available online.
24″ Grapevine Wreath
Birch Branch Spray
Brown Wisteria Stem
Yellow Blossom Spray
Large Fall Blossoms
Magnolia and Pinecone Spray
Copper Foil Vinyl
Glue Gun and Hot Glue
Brown Floral Wire and Wire Cutters
Felt Fox (Home Goods, not available online)
How to create an autumn grapevine wreath:
- Start your project with a plain grapevine wreath form. I love to use grapevine wreaths, because it’s so easy to use the vines to “trap” and mount florals and decorative items.
- The first step to creating a full wreath is to lay down the largest leaves. I found some pretty magnolia wreaths that I placed on the grapevine wreath first, followed by the accompanying pine cones.
I followed up with smaller fall birch leaves.
- Once I put down the fall foliage, I added in some large fall flowers.
- I placed my little felt fox on the base of the wreath, followed by a wood banner at the top. I added copper vinyl to the wood banner. You can find the cut file below.
- Once all of the larger pieces are placed on the wreath, use smaller flowers for filler. I used brown wisteria and yellow blossoms.
I love how this autumn grapevine wreath turned out. It’s the perfect blend of fall colors and the little fox adds the perfect bit of whimsey.