Twine & Berry Fall Wreath

Fall is right around the corner, I can almost smell it. Seriously–I’m itching for the crisp mornings, fall leaves, visits to the cider mill and pumpkin patch, cozy sweaters, evening fires–I could probably go on and on. I’m also one of those girls that gets up fall decorations right on September 1st, because I like to eek out every last minute of fall.  Wreaths are an easy way to add decor to your home, and this darling Twine & Berry Fall Wreath is so simple to make!

Twine & Berry Fall Wreath |

I LOVE it, and it will be perfect on a front door, in an entry way, on an mantel, or wherever you like! You can find berry garland at Hobby Lobby, JoAnn’s, Michael’s, along with all of the other supplies too. It’s a quick project that you can do in less than an hour! The best kind, right? :)


-styrofoam wreath

-berry garland
-long piece of fabric or ribbon

Twine & Berry Fall Wreath |

I started out with a twine wreath I already had—it’s simply a styrofoam wreath that I wrapped twine/jute around it and secured with a small knot on the back side.  No need for hot glue—you can wrap it tight enough it won’t come undone.  I  made mine four years ago, and it looks as good as new!

When the garland was wrapped all the way around, I was left with the two loops at each end. (see #3)  I looped my brown ticking through those loops, both securing the garland and the fabric at the same time!

You could also use a red berry garland for Christmas or Valentine’s Day, and even switch out the fabric or ribbon to change it up for any holiday.  Aren’t versatile projects the best?  Since the garland isn’t glued on, it makes it super easy to change it. And it’s totally adorable. Can’t beat that!

 Twine & Berry Fall Wreath |


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  1. just pinned, i love it! I need to figure out a way to do wreaths on my door b/c my husband isn’t a fan of the over the door hook.

    1. Thank you!!! You can use command hooks!! They have some that will hold up to 5-8 pounds, and clear ones with silver hooks that are less prominent than the big white ones. Also, if your door is not solid wood, they have strong magnet hooks that I’ve used before, and they work well. I think I got it at Michael’s.

    2. I have used invisible fishing line attached in a loop and a thumb tack down into the top of the door. Once the line is around the tack and it’s pushed in flat it doesn’t disturb the closure of the door and when finally removed there is no evidence to be seen. You can use the same hole next year too.

  2. Love this idea and I have been working on putting it together however I can’t find berry garland as simply done as the one you use. Have you had the garland for a while or was it a recent purchase that I might be able to find?

    1. It has been a couple of years since I bought it. I found it at Hobby Lobby in their fall section, but they usually carry something similar from year to year. Do you have one in your area?

      1. Yes, I have been to several Hobby Lobby stores but can’t find anything close – everything is leaves. Oh well – I still love the idea of this base wreath that you change the garland on for the season – I will find something even if it is for Christmas. Just found your blog not long ago. So thankful for creative people like you!

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