Autumn Wreath Tutorial 

If you follow me on instagram you know that I love a door wreath.. And you know my husband does not.

They may not be the most practical things in the world but I just love dressing my front door , its someone’s first impression of your home and I find them so inviting.

This Autumn wreath was surprisingly cheap and simple to make

  • Oasis ring
  • Scissors
  • Metallic gold spray ( I found mine on amazon)
  • Autumn leaves / flowers
  • Florist wire
  • Twine

  1. Soak the oasis ring in water
  2. Start with a base of leaves, browns, reds, greens whatever you have picked up on your walk or garden- Don’t worry how this looks as this is just covering the base of the oasis.. it really doesn’t have to be in any order
  3. Spray some of the leaves you have collected with the gold spray paint and leave them to dry for 15 minutes.. I also sprayed some little apples and pinecones… oh and a tiny touch to my hydrangeas ( warning the gold paint is addictive.. don’t go too overboard
  4. Start by adding your hydrangeas  a few on each side but not symmetrical will look best
  5. Add piece by piece your pinecones and apples ( I used florists wire to secure these in the oasis)
  6. Finally add some golden leaves that you have completely covered in the gold spray paint ( spot them below), I popped a few either side of the hydrangeas… this is what gives the arrangement the finishing touch I think
  7. Once your happy with the final arrangement secure with some twine to your door.. or even inside your home.

I would love to see your Autumn wreaths if you give it a go.. feel free to tag me !



  1. Julie
    September 30, 2017 / 10:19 am

    It looks fab, I fancy having a go. What size oasis ring did you use please?

    • lauraann
      September 30, 2017 / 11:02 am

      Hi Julie it was 40 cm diameter !! Be sure to tan me and let me see how you get on! So easy I promise and add you own little touches too and have fun with it xxxxxx

  2. November 9, 2017 / 4:02 am

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