Make a Fall Season Wreath Using Wheat and Dried Grass

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This autumn, learn how to make a seasonally-inspired wreath using wheat, dried grasses, and a simple gold hoop. Hang it on your front door, above a fireplace, or as use as decor for an entryway wall. It's a statement piece you'll want to have on repeat every year.

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Luckily, dried grasses have become easier to find in craft stores and online. For this project, we used wheat, pampas grass, and even foraged some sticks from the outdoors. Here's how to make your own.

Image Credit: Sara Albers

Things You'll Need

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Step 1

Determine which grasses and dried floral you'd like to group together. (There are no mistakes here!)

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Step 2

Create small bunches of the dried floral and grasses. Pinch the ends together and wrap with wire. Trim the ends. These should be about four to five inches in length.

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Step 3

Using floral wire, wrap the bunches onto the hoop. You can secure them with a bit of hot glue as well. Overlap the bunches slightly to cover the wire. For this project, we added the dried grasses to the bottom half of wreath to give it a more modern look.

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Step 4

Use satin ribbon to hang the wreath.

Image Credit: Sara Albers
Image Credit: Sara Albers

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Alice & Lois is a DIY and lifestyle blog where twin sisters Sara and Melissa share their inspiration, projects, connection and celebrate the good in life. They create inspiring posts centered around home, family, style and creativity, specializing in simple, yet sophisticated DIY projects. Sara and Melissa live in two very different places – Sara is in the heart of the midwest, Indianapolis and Melissa in the majestic ski town of Crested Butte, Colorado. Alice & Lois was named one of the Top 10 DIY and Decorating Blogs by the editors of Better Homes and Gardens in 2015 and 2016 and recently named one of the Top 30 DIY Blogs to Follow by Domino.