Fall Deco Mesh Wreath Tutorial
Making a Fall Deco Mesh Wreath is not hard at all. There really is no right or wrong way to do it. I have tried a couple different ways when I made the Valentine’s Day Deco Mesh Wreath and each time I make one, it comes out a little bit different. Sometimes I alternate sides and other times, I will go up on the outside wring or inside ring or a couple times of alternating. I think the hardest part is deciding what colors to use and what types of embellishments I want to use.
It’s hard to believe that fall is really here. It seems we jumped from back to school to Christmas. I saw Christmas trees and other decorations out in the stores before Halloween. While many people are already putting out Christmas tutorials, I’m still working on fall since Thanksgiving is just next week.
The Fall Deco Mesh Wreath I used burlap and a brown mesh to give it some accent. I used a burlap pumpkin, wire garland and some fall leaves as embellishments. I was actually in a bit of rush when I was doing it because I knew I was leaving to take care of my mom, so it didn’t come out as nice as I would have liked.
Things you need to make the Fall Deco Mesh Wreath:
1 – Metal Wreath Ring with twists
1 – Burlap roll medium size
1 – Mesh roll (your color choice) small size
1 – bunch of fall leaves (optional)
1 – Burlap Pumpkin (optional)
1 – Wire Garland (optional)
I rotate from the inside to the outside, but there is no wrong or right way. Once you start working with it, you will find what is easiest for you.
Next, add any embellishments that you choose and you are done!
I am not a crafty person, so if I can make a Fall Deco Mesh Wreath…then you can too.
Have you made any fall wreaths?
Topic: Fall Deco Mesh Wreath Tutorial