Okay, DIY friends! I know it’s been a while. Life has been a little crazy so it feels like forever since I’ve had the time to do something DIY related myself but it’s beginning to get crafty over here! With Fall comes routine. Loving it! I’m kicking off autumn with this beautiful DIY fall dreamcatcher wreath (door or wall decor) tutorial! Here we go:
DIY Fall DreamCatcher Wreath Tutorial
What I used for the DIY Fall DreamCatcher Wreath Tutorial:
- small hula hoop (check the clearance sections this time of year! I got mine at Michael’s Craft Store)
- doily (affiliate link) to fit inside (a bit smaller than the hoop so that it can stretch to fit)
- assorted ribbons, lace trim, twine, decorate rope, etc.
- fall florals (separated using wire cutters)
- hot glue gun and glue
DIY Fall DreamCatcher Wreath Tutorial // What I did:
I tied string to the outermost scalloped edges of the doily.
Then using hot glue, secured one end of the string to the hula hoop, one end to the next, careful to keep it centered and pulled tight. This just temporarily holds the string in place for the next step.
Next, I tied the doily to the hoop with knots all the way around. Trim ends
I then covered the hula hoop using 4 inch wide ribbon, securing the beginning and end with hot glue.
Then cut different ribbons, lace trim, twine, etc. into desired lengths and add to the bottom of the dreamcatcher.
I had to look it up but I used a lark’s head/cow hitch type knot to secure the ribbon to the wreath.
Last step! I simply glued on some fall florals.
It’s gorgeous! And lightweight but a nice BIG size! I am in love! Looks beautiful on a wall…
…and makes for a gorgeous and unique door wreath!!!
What do you think? Love it too? I want to see yours if you make it (tag @diyshowoff on FB or IG) and of course I appreciate your pins and shares! Thank you!
Beautiful…what a great idea!
Awe. Thanks, Michele! So happy you popped over here to check it out! xoxo
The pictures are awesome. I really love it. Thanks for sharing
Thank you, Ema! So glad you stopped by!
Nice and pleasant to look at!
This looks so pretty! I never thought dreamcatchers can be used as an alternative to wreaths. Great idea! Thanks for sharing.
Amazing! It looks beautiful and nice.