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The end of the year is quickly approaching, and I am worried I won’t have time to make a Fall wreath and a new Christmas wreath for this year like I do every year. I decided to come up with a way to make a multi-seasonal wreath.
I made a generic wreath with some light burlap and added a red burlap ribbon to tie in the shutters from the front of my house. You will need at least 2 rolls of the natural or light burlap to complete. To add a personal touch on Etsy I ordered a custom metal sign with my last name. I love how it turned out and can’t wait to accessorize it for the upcoming holidays.
Need help creating a wreath? I used this YouTube for help with direction:
This is the generic wreath that I made to show how you can easily make it multi-seasonal.
The next season that is approaching as it is the end of July is Fall. Currently, I am starting to think about back to school and fall décor. I can spice up my generic wreath with some fall leaves to change if to the season changes.
This added touch to the generic wreath will allow me to make is multi-seasonal to leave hanging up on my door for Halloween and Thanksgiving. However, when Thanksgiving comes, we only have a little over three weeks before Hanukah or Christmas. It approaches so quickly, and you have so many activities that it would make it a little bit of a challenge, but if you have 10 minutes you can easily do it. It takes 1 minute to remove the fall décor if you did not permanently glue on. I often just weave in, attach with some string, or even a little bit of metal wire has worked well for my multi-seasonal wreath.
If you have seen my Easy Fall Decor post then you may have guessed what happened here. I made some leaves on different cardstock previously and here I had some extra colored burlap from making some napkins which you will see in a later post. I used the colored burlap to cut out some fall leaves using my Cricut Maker. Then added some wire to them to intertwine them within the wreath. I absolutely love the turnout and they will be easy to remove to revamp for Christmas.
For the generic multi-seasonal wreath to be ready for Christmas as you can see above, I added some small red ornaments that I picked up at the Dollar Store. For Hanukah, you can add blue if you wish too. Other options I was looking at were adding some battery-operated lights, plastic snowflakes, holly or other plants/flowers. The options are endless with your generic multi-seasonal wreath so go wild and enjoy!
More amazing wreaths for Fall and Christmas below. You will be happy you did!
The Old Summers Home thinks outside of the box with this Farmhouse Christmas Window Wreath. This simple rustic wreath takes just a few minutes to put together but will give you long-lasting satisfaction. This is a stop you do not want to miss!
Lia over at the Southern Yankee DIY adds how to make an expensive-looking Fall Wreath on a DIY budget
Agnes at Just that Perfect Piece shares a beautiful fall wreath made with different types of natural burlap that would go great with an and all fall decor.
Kippi at Kippi at Home is sharing with us her elegant Fall and Christmas Wreath DIY
Trina at Redneck Rhapsody made an easy Christmas wreath with collectible’s that can be bi-seasonal for Halloween or for Fall.
I hope you enjoyed some of these festive Holiday Fall and Christmas wreath. I hope they gave you some inspiration for the upcoming fall and winter months to be able to make a beautiful wreath for your door without breaking the budget.