Wire wreath frame
30 feet of burlap
Any flowers, leaves, twigs, etc that you want to attach to your wreath
Hot glue gun
Wreath door holder
Paint (color of your choice) to paint the initial
First thing I did was unrolled the whole roll of burlap. Then I took it and put it through the first gap from inside of the wreath frame to the outside as pictured on the left. I folded the burlap in half cause I thought it was a little thick but this part is optional. I left the long end of the burlap on the left and the short end (very end of the burlap) on the right side. I used this short piece to use in the end to finish it off.
I then took the burlap and put the short end through the first gap of the wreath (as pictured to the right) till I was left with only a small shorter piece of burlap to finish the end. I then did the same thing with the long piece of burlap but going downwards until I went all around the whole wreath. Once I got to the end, I cut off the remaining burlap and then I tucked both ends in with each other so they won’t come out. You can glue the ends together but I didn’t. Which ever way you feel better with.
Now Autumn’s fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt.
– William Allingham