With fall coming up, I thought I would show you how to make a new wreath that’s perfect for the season. This frosted paper leaf and berry wreath is so gorgeous and so simple to craft. Our video tutorial breaks each step down for you, and you can follow along to make your own version.
Below you will also find the leaf SVG cut file, which I cut out with my cutting machine. This speeds up the crafting process, but you can also use our printable leaf pattern to cut your leaves by hand.
A Berry Special Wreath
A wreath is an easy way to switch up your seasonal home decor. And when it’s handmade, you can make it look exactly how you want to. You can make your wreath asymmetrical or full, use a metal hoop or a vine wreath as your base, choose different colors of paper, and so on. Really the creative options are endless!
For my paper leaf and berry wreath, I decided to go with an asymmetrical design and let some of the natural vine show through. But what really makes this fall leaf wreath special are the berries! You can see my technique for making berries in the video below (it’s really easy). And I share a lot of other crafting tips as well — including what to do if something doesn’t go quite right when you’re making and arranging your DIY wreath.
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- Cutting Machine or Craft Scissors
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Curling Tool
- High-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Frosted Text Weight Paper — Lia Griffith Stone Fruit Pack: colors 2 and 3
- Cotton Spun Paper Balls – 12mm
- Grapevine Wreath — 10″ or 12″
- Brown Binding Wire
- Design Master Colortool Spray — Maroon or Violet