Golden Harvest Wreath

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Golden Yellow Harvest Wreath

The weather is cooling down! Yay! Fall is on it’s way. This is my favorite season of the year and it’s finally time to get the holiday decorations out! As you may know from following the blog I love wispy vine wreaths!

I tried to steer away from them this year but they always lure me in at the craft store. They are just so well wispy and I love them! This year I decided I would go simple. I have double front doors so if you add too may things to two wreaths the get really busy looking fast.

I was in the mood for a straw look this time and to save time and money I spray painted the wreaths yellow to look harvesty {yes I made that word up, but it fits for this craft}. I sprinkled them with some gold glitter, then added an easy chevron ribbon.

But don’t be fooled by the simplicity of these golden cuties, they are going to get a Halloween facelift see the Golden Halloween Wreath. Here’s how I made them~

Golden Harvest Wreath



Spray paint wispy wreath yellow


Spray your wreath front and back using the whole can of spray paint. These wreaths have so many nooks and crannies you will need almost a whole can for each, so get another can if you are making two.

When you have finished spraying the wreath and it is still wet lightly spray the spray glue over it. Shake the glitter over the wreath, {Martha Stewart conveniently puts her glitter in a shakable bottle, love that!!}.

I then touched up a little with the spray paint and added a heavier coat of spray glue to the center of the wreath and shake the Spark tinsel glitter on for extra glitz. Let it dry overnight.

Chevron ribbon tutorial

Measure how low you want your wreath to hang on your door and cut the red ribbon to size. Mine are 3 1/2 feet long. Lay the Chevron ribbon over the burlap ribbon and hot glue it down the center.

Hot glue ribbon over burlap

Lay the Chevron ribbon over the burlap ribbon and hot glue it down the center.I used thin strips of hot glue and pressed the ribbon into the burlap with my hand as it dried to bond it.

Burlap is mesh and I wanted the ribbon to not come off after being outside in the elements. So press hard as you glue. {The purple and black chevron ribbon shown in the above pic is for the Halloween version of these wreaths}.

I used thin strips of hot glue and pressed the ribbon into the burlap with my hand as it dried to bond it.

Loop the ribbon around wreath

Loop your ribbon the through the wreath.

Safty pinthe burlap to hang on door

I used a large safety pin to secure the back end of the ribbon to the back side of the front ribbon. I am changing the the ribbon for Halloween and this is an easy way to swap them out. Otherwise you could just glue it if you are leaving the wreath the way it is.

You will only put one layer of the ribbon over the door. Two layers was too thick and made the door not close, lol. I have kids that open that door constantly and I can only imagine the wreath being beaten to death and falling in a couple of hours.

So I one layer goes up over the door. I secured it with duct tape so it is nice and secure.

TIP: Use a colored Duck Tape that matches your door paint or try Command Strips as an alternative if you are leary or put off by the taped look.

And that’s it! I am set for fall, except that everything is still green outside. Boo! Super easy, I hope I inspired you to start your seasonal decorating! Happy Fall!


Painted Yellow Wispy Wreath for Autumn

For more wispy wreath tutorials see these previous popular posts:

Autumn Wispy Wreath

Spooky Wispy Wreath

Winter Wispy Wreath

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12 thoughts on “Golden Harvest Wreath

  1. Where is the best place to find those wreaths? Thanks!

    1. Hi Kristen,
      Michaels & Hobby Lobby carry them.

  2. This is so classy – I just love it! Thanks for linking this wonderful post up to my “Themed Blog & Shop Hop!”

  3. Thanks so much for linking to Whimsy Wednesday, Kim! I included you in my weekly feature from the party – Easy Ways To Decorate For Fall!

    You can see it here

    Party is open for this week – hope to see you there!


  4. Love your wispy wreaths, Kim! Double front doors are definitely a challenge – yours are fabulous!

  5. Oh wow! Simple, yet so adorable!

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

    1. They really look good on black doors. My husband thinks they look like owl eyes, lol! Thanks for the sweet comment!

  6. Very cute and easy to make for those of us who are craft challenged.

  7. This is a wonderful idea for my Mother’s door at her Memory Care Unit. Thanks for the idea.

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