DIY Hanging-Frame Thanksgiving Wreath – Top Easy Interior Decor Design Project

  1. Arrange floral picks (fall leaves, pumpkins and squash, orange and yellow berries, etc.) along bottom corner of grapevine wreath. When it looks the way you want it, attach picks to wreath with a piece of floral wire. Just wrap the wire through part of the wreath and around the pick and twist the two ends. Cut with wire cutters.
  2. Create your framed fall phrase. First spray it with a white spray paint/primer. Then, spray it with a yellow/tan acrylic paint.
    The next step is to sand it to distress it and bring out some of the color underneath. Then apply a light coat of wood stain and let it sit for a few minutes. Then wipe it off with a paper towel. See how the brown parts are a little darker, and the entire frame is a bit more rustic looking?
  3. I cut the words “Give Thanks” with Silhouette machine, along with a little leaf. (The font is from Creating Keepsakes and is called CK Woodbine Swashes, and the leaf came from the Damask Dings1 font). You could also use phrases like “Happy Fall,” “Gather Together,” “Friends Welcome Here”, etc. Use transfer tape to transfer the letters to the glass. NOTE: if you don’t have a vinyl cutter, you could always print the words on the patterned paper and put it behind the glass–it would look just as good! Cut a piece of patterned paper to fit inside your frame and place it behind the glass.
  4. My frame had a hanger on the back, so I inserted the ribbon through it to hang it from the wreath. If your frame is not equipped with a hanger on back, try threading the ribbon through the frame before you put the glass in!
  5. Tie the ribbon to the top of the wreath. I added a double bow because my ribbon wasn’t as wide as I would’ve liked it to be. I hung my wreath from a Command Hook (they’re strong and removable!) that I added to my front door. Happy fall!

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