How to make a simple minimal baking paper eucalyptus Fall wreath for your home.
Wreaths are always such a lovely way to add seasonal vibes to decor. I am especially drawn to minimal and natural looking wreaths, even though they don’t always are made with real “ingredients” at all. Like this minimal wreath I am sharing today. It is so easy to make though that I wanted to show you.
I totally forgot to take a picture with all the supplies, but you can easily tell and I am listing what you need below too.
Simple Minimal Baking Paper Eucalyptus Fall Wreath
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What you need:
bleached & unbleached baking paper
wheat clippings from the yard or field
garden wire or craft wire
- Start by twisting the ends of the eucalyptus branches around the wooden ring, so that one faces left and the other to the right side. The ends should touch towards the middle so you can easily attach them around the ring with your craft wire. Some eucalyptus comes already wired.
- Cut your baking paper into leaf shapes. Add them to the wreath where the ends of the eucalyptus branches come together, using craft wire.
- Arrange to your liking and add the wheat branches by tucking them into the eucalyptus ends. I honestly don’t even know what kind of wheat this is, it is something that I found in the yard and liked for the wreath.
The unbleached baking paper leaves and the wheat branches give it such a nice Fall vibe!
What I love about these kind of home decor projects is, that I can re-use the wooden ring and eucalyptus in future decor. I have limited storage space, so I simply cannot keep everything I make, so I love to repurpose and reuse what I can. Which leads to a minimal lifestyle I just love!
Thanks so much for stopping by, I appreciate it!! Wishing you a lovely day,