How to Make an Easy & Inexpensive Fall Wreath
Make this easy & inexpensive fall wreath with some wood slices, hot glue and cardboard. Then you can glue on a few artificial flowers or greenery you might have. We used our Five Minute Felt Flowers. If you enjoy wood slice projects you’ll also love our Wood Slice DIY Room Decor.
Fall Wreath Supplies
- Wood Slices (Ours were approximately 3″ or so in diameter.)
- Hot Glue
- Utility Knife
- Cardboard Piece to use as base
- Any decor you want to glue on or our 5 Minute Felt Flowers
Cut or buy wood discs. The ones shown are about 3″ in diameter.
Lay them out ahead of time to determine the size and pieces you will need.
Cut a cardboard ring to glue your discs onto. Make sure it does not stick out around the wood.
Hot glue your discs into place one layer at a time using a large gob of glue.
Overlap them as shown for the second layer.
Make sure the top pieces are centered between the two beneath them.
The finished wreath will be very sturdy.
The back of the wreath.
You can now glue on whatever you like. It takes very little to make it pretty.
We used three felt flowers and a couple of felt leaves.
Finished wreath on our front door.