Hi everyone! It’s Angela from Number Fifty-Three. I’m so happy to be back sharing another project with you all. A rustic woodland wreath!
Since my last contributor post, we moved to Connecticut and are starting to get settled in our 100 year old farmhouse. I hope you’ll stop on over and check out the (albeit slow) progress as I transform each space.
With all the changing leaves and the cool weather coming I have been so inspired to create rustic, woodland crafts and this wreath is so super easy and quick!
Start by adding moss to the grapevine wreath. I just tore off pieces of the moss and tucked them in the wreath until secure and I was pleased with the overall look.
Next, I decided to stain the wooden trees. You could leave them natural or add some color to them. I used a couple of different stains for contrast.
When the trees are dry I tucked them into the wreath. This took a little bit of work to get them secure and you may want to add a little bit of hot glue, but I was happy with them as is.
Isn’t this wreath adorable? I had initially planned this for the Christmas season, but really, it could be out for more than that. And, since I just tucked the trees in you could just change them out per season. I especially love that! I’m still trying to figure out where to hang it in the new house, by the way, but couldn’t resist photographing it outside!
I hope you found this wreath inspiring!