Hi everyone! It’s Angela from Number Fifty-Three and I am so thrilled to be sharing this easy Natural Oak Leaf Wreath with you all today!
Here are the supplies you’ll need: hole punch, pliers with wire cutter, wire (thick floral wire would work well), and fallen and dried oak leaves.
Simply cut a length of wire and form it into your desired wreath shape. Punch a hole in the center of each leaf (you can stack several at a time). I find it made the project go faster and ripped less leaves to punch them first. When they are punched just thread them on the wire form.
Once the wreath was to my desired fullness I used the pliers to twist the end of the wire to secure. You can see that I left a gap in the leaves where the ends meet.
I used that gap to accommodate a thick, grosgrain ribbon.
I hung the wreath from a mirror on my dining room gallery wall and set my sideboard up for late autumn.
This is truly one of my favorite times of the year!
I welcome you all over to my blog to check out all the other autumn decorating ideas that I have!