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In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to make a harvest burlap ribbon wreath with easy instructions and directions that anyone can make! It’s just in time for Thanksgiving and fall!
I absolutely love the way that burlap wreaths look in any home. I know it’s on trend right now, but it is a trend that is classic and versatile. An inexpensive burlap ribbon can be used to make a gorgeous wreath that will look great on your front door.
I love having wreaths on my front porch. We live in a pretty standard, typical suburbia home, so we had to make our front door stand out. A wooden quote block or monogram sprayed with Plasti Dip Craft will make it stand the outdoor weather and make it look absolutely gorgeous!
Different Methods for Using Burlap for a Wreath
There are so many different methods for making a wreath. Some include cutting it and looping it in, some include super gluing it together. The easiest burlap wreath method doesn’t require you to cut the burlap at all. It allows you to pull the ribbon inside the floral wire wreath, which makes it a really easy project to finish. Here are the step by step instructions on making your own personalized burlap wreath.
How to Make a Harvest Burlap Ribbon Wreath Tutorial
You are going to learn how to make a burlap sunflower wreath in this tutorial! It will be a personalized door wreath for your front door that will look great!
Supplies For Harvest Burlap Wreath
For the Wreath
- Roll of Wired Burlap (2 x 10 yards)
- 14″ Floral Wire Wreath Form (Green Gage Wreath Forms)
- Small Pliers
- Silk Sunflowers
- Hot Glue Gun + Glue
For the Wood Quote or Wood Name
- Laser Cut Wooden Sign
- Plasti Dip Metalizer (Shop now on Amazon)
- Plasti Dip in Your Favorite Color (Shop now on Amazon)
Directions for Making a Rustic Fall Burlap Ribbon Wreath with Quote
Step 1 – Fold the End and Anchor It to the Floral Wire Wreath
First, you’ll want to fold the end of the burlap ribbon so that half an inch is available. Loop the floral wire into one side of the burlap ribbon and thread it to the other end. Next, loop the floral wire and burlap and anchor it to the middle of the floral wreath form on one of the anchor points.
Step 2 – Create Your First Loop Between the Two Inner Rings
Pull through the ribbon and make your first loop. An easy way to determine how big the loops should be, put your hand through the loop and measure the size based on the width of your hand.