As the temperature drops outside, the opportunity to wander around presents itself. And why shouldn’t you enjoy autumn in its full swing with the gentle cool breeze blowing, leaves turning their colors, and festivals lined up? While you are out and about, you can gather numerous décor items such as foliage, flowers, and pinecones for your fall decoration ideas, including wreaths.
Employ your creative thumb and create this rustic fall wreath with pinecones. I assure you there is no joy like creating things and you can start with this easy but slightly time-consuming DIY rustic pinecone wreath for fall.
Things You Need:
- Wire wreath
- Wire cutter
How to Make Rustic Pinecone Fall Wreath:
- Cut a dozen of foot-long wires with the wire cutter and start securing the pinecones onto the wire frame
- Tie the bigger pinecones on the wreath first and then move on to securing the smaller ones
- Be patient as it will take quite some time to finish the task. You can wedge the frame into the pinecones to hide it from view, but be careful not to break the cone scales
- Once the cones are tied and secured in place, hang the wreath, and adjust them, to face the front
As we are creating a rustic wreath, we are leaving it in its natural color. But you can paint it or embellish it with other things if you like. Now, grace your entrance, windows, or an empty wall with this beautiful loop of joy.
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