Decorate for fall with this easy DIY pampas grass wreath. This neutral wreath is a beautiful addition to your fall decor, no matter your style. Best of all, it’s really easy to make.
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I live in Florida, so decorating for fall is a bit different. It’s still 90º here and will be for months.
Fall in Florida is a bit more subtle. The green tropical environment starts turning a little more muted. And pampas grass is everywhere.
I love the look of pampas grass. It’s neutral but graphic. Pampas grass has a natural texture that is perfect with most decor styles. Best of all, it’s not orange, but it still hints at fall.
DIY Pampas Grass Wreath
*I linked to faux pampas grass because it’s much nicer to work with than real dried pampas grass. Real pampas grass sheds every time you look at it. Do yourself a favor and buy the fake kind.
**These grapevine wreaths came tied together so they were more oval-shaped when I unwrapped them. They can be reshaped by soaking them in water, but I decided to go with the oval shape.
- Place the pampas grass on the wreath to figure out the layout.
- Remove all of the grass stems except for one.
- If possible, stick the stem into the wreath.
- Cut pieces of wire and secure the stem to the wreath in several places.
- Add another pampas grass stem in the same manner.
- Keep going until the wreath is covered.
- Use more wire to secure any overly floppy pieces.
- If necessary, secure the stems with hot glue.
- Add a bow if you want. It can hide any wonky areas.
The pampas grass will be a bit floppy. Embrace the organic texture.
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