Hello Fall Harvest Wreath FREE Printable

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Fall Square Wreath

It’s my favorite time of the year again~ Autumn! Time to get out the decorations out to celebrate the Fall Harvest Season. This year I wanted to make something that would be great outside hanging from a fence near a pumpkin patch!

The pumpkin patches have not arrived here yet in North Carolina, so I went with few different scenarios. No worries though in the next few weeks the leaves will change and be gone and the holidays will be upon us! Yay!

I had originally bought this group of sticks to make a vertical corn swag, but the more I worked with the sticks the more I wanted something a little different, so I took them apart and made a natural square wreath.

Next, I added a Goodwill wooden tray with a little chalkboard paint, a few pieces of real Indian corn and a couple of hungry crows. I hope you like what I came up with this year~ Enjoy the FREE Printable too of the “Hello Fall & Leaves” for your projects!

Hello Fall Harvest Wreath FREE Printable


TIP: I used my “old school” overhead projector to add the chalk art to my tray, (see the tutorial below).


Take your bundle of sticks apart and separate them into four bundles.

How to make a square wreath

Make the top and bottom bundle the strongest branches.

Make a square vine wreath

 Use floral wire to wrap in a crisscross pattern on each corner. Pull tight and twist. Add hot glue to each corner in between the sticks to make the branches more stable.

Cover floral wire with jute twine

Take your twine and neatly wrap in a crisscross pattern around the front and glue tight.

Bundle 3 Indian corn stalks together with Floral wire. Add wheat picks to the corn leaves. Tie the corn bundle to the corner of your wreath with twine and add a bow. Add extra stick bundle to right side of the wreath.

Chalkboard Tray

For the tray sign, I sanded the center because it had grooves that were deep and I thought they might catch the chalk and mess up the lettering. Paint your tray with chalk paint and let it dry. Drill holes in both ends of the tray and add jute wire to attach tray!

Stenciling Chalkboard Art with an Overhead Projector


Tip: If you are using real chalk, sharpen the ends for a finer point and easier drawing. To make the graphic I like to start with a clean pallet to work with~ Google the color white. Upload it to Picmonkey or another photo editing program and crop it to 8×10, then save. Download to your computer.

I use Pixelmator or Photoshop Elements to create a sign with fonts  I have acquired over the last couple of years.

Fonts used are:

  • For the “hello” it is Channel
  • The “FALL” is Valentina Regular
  • The leaf dingbats are JI Nature Bats

Turn on your projector and adjust the pic. Tape the transparency paper to the projector so it does not move once you get them placed just right. Take the chalk pen and outline the words. I then turn the projector off and I free hand the rest.

Use your wet towel or even q-tips to fix the mistakes. And that’s it! Super easy and fast professional looking chalk art! And of course, if you do not have a projector. You can always free hand it, it takes a little practice and touching up but it’s totally doable.

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50 thoughts on “Hello Fall Harvest Wreath FREE Printable

  1. Kim, thanks so much for linking this up to our Get Your DIY on Party! I love this so much, I chose it as one of my features! I couldn’t decide between this gorgeous wreath or your spooky ‘Cast a Spell’ Vingette…I love them both. Hope you can join us again tonight. Our theme is thrifty Halloween projects 🙂

  2. Kim, this turned out beautiful! It just screams fall and I love it!! 🙂 Thank you for linking up this as well to Get Your DIY On!

    Mandy @ The Hankful House Blog

  3. What a lovely wreath and great tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays! x

  4. Thank you for sharing at Give Me The Goods! Great printable! I will be pinning this!

  5. Love this wreath! I had to feature it from last week’s All Things Thursday Blog Hop. I hope you’ll be back tonight to link up more awesome projects.

  6. Wow, another amazing Fall Craft.
    Thanks for linking to Tutorial Thursdays on Marigolds’ Loft.
    Your tutorial will be featured tomorrow 🙂
    Look forward to seeing you again this week.
    Marigolds’ Loft

  7. Wow! This is just beautiful! Love how you transformed the toleware tray – very pretty! And the twig wreath looks easy and pretty! Well done! Happy Fall! Catherine (newest follower of your blogging adventures!)

  8. This is so elegant and fun and it looks amazing in front of that painting 🙂 It’s still 90s and green where I’m at, too and I’m having a hard time getting in the fall spirit. Must take your cue and just get after it!

    Oh, and thanks for linking up!

  9. This is beautiful, love the sticks. Thanks for the printable.
    Creative Ramblings

  10. love the square shape of this, it’s a great project! thanks for sharing how you put it all together!!

  11. I also LOVE fall – and I love your wreath!! Thanks for linking up at the Pinterest Power Party!

    Happy Thursday!

  12. What a wonderful fall decoration! thanks so much for sharing on the HomeAcre Hop. Hope to see you again tomorrow! Nancy HomeAcre Hop

  13. Gorgeous wreath! The square shape is so fun and different from the typical circle shape. We’ll be featuring this at Someday Crafts tomorrow 🙂

  14. I love your wreath, Kim! All of your wreaths are fabulous! I will be featuring it as my favorite in the Whimsy Wednesday Link Party tonight!


  15. Really like this … hope to be able to copy.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  16. WONDERFUL tutorial and love the project because I love this time of year! (Sharon) Thanks for sharing.

    You’ve been FEATURED at the BeBetsy BRAG ABOUT IT.

    Feel free to grab yourself a featured button or just link to the post. Our next party starts at midnight tonight… SO SEE YOU THERE!

    Sharon and Denise ♥

  17. I love this! Thank you for sharing. You will be one of the features tomorrow at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Pop on over and grab a feature button for your blog. Hope to see your prettiness again tomorrow at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  18. This is amazing, Kim! I love that beautiful tray, the corn and those BIRDS!! It’s just awesome. Thank you for sharing at Brag About It this week.
    ~ Megin of VMG206

  19. Great tutorial — those “old school” projectors are handy! I like it in front of the painting — but if you do photoshop the leaves autumn colors that would be pretty awesome too! Featured this week on Busy Monday!

  20. What a pretty fall wreath! I love how you used the tray, what a clever idea! It turned out really cute!

  21. That is adorable, I love it!! I love how you used the tray, that is so creative! Thank you so much for linking up at Sewlicious Home Decor!


  22. This is so pretty and I love your technique for the chalkboard lettering! Featuring you today on my FB page – thanks for sharing at the {what’s shakin’} link party!!

  23. JaneEllen says:

    Love that tray, it’s really pretty. I forgot to thank you for the printables. Shame on me, I’ll be using them often. Thanks

  24. JaneEllen says:

    Bravo, love this for it’s diversity, inspiration, excellence, downright awesome. I love a square wreath. It’s great and I love the dickens out of it. Don’t have perfect sticks like you but do have sticks so will be busy making me a square wreath. Will have to wait to buy the corn, etc. Maybe I’ll have to make some leaves on paper to fill in. Great awesome post. Happy weekend

  25. This is a lovely and creative wreath! It looks so nice Kim. Love it and Pining! Hope you have a great day

    Cami @ TitiCrafty.com
    Sunday Bewitch Me & Titi {Link Party}
    Thursday Titi’s Spot for the Silly HOP

  26. So beautiful! The perfect decoration for fall. Stopping by from 5 days 5 ways. Come hop on over sometime.

  27. Kim it’s beautiful…I love that it’s not the usual wreath shape…xo

  28. I love this! Such a unique door hanging and totally perfect for fall!
    Thanks for linking up to this week’s Catch a Glimpse Party. I’ll be featuring this tomorrow.

  29. I love this. SO cute for Fall. Just pinned to my fall board. Please consider linking up at The Patriotic Pam this weekend at my link party. I know my readers would love it too!

  30. That is so cool! You just never see square wreaths, but when you do, they really stand out. Making this out of twigs and then adding the chalkboard tray is just perfect!

  31. I’m so obsessed with how different this is than the usual fall wreath! It’s so pretty!! I am obsessed with the tutorials on your blog! Everything is so crafty! Excited to be a new follower. 🙂

    XO Kylie @ Absolutely Arkansas

  32. This looks so cute! I love the chalkboard idea!
    Come link up with us today!

  33. Lovely! I have plenty of sticks and twigs to play with for a project like this. Plus I just might have an old tray to paint on… going to stash to dig it out! Thanks for sharing!

  34. I love this! Wish I had a projector! Visiting from Someday Cafts 🙂

    1. Yeah it is in the 90’s this week, but I do have a few leaves that have turned! Lol!

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