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Rainbow Sunflower Fall Wreath

Celebrate the beauty of autumn with a stunning wreath featuring a vibrant rainbow of sunflowers. This unique wreath combines the warm hues of fall with the cheerful colors of a rainbow, creating a striking and eye-catching piece that will brighten up any space. The sunflowers add a touch of whimsy and charm, while the fall foliage brings a touch of seasonal elegance to the design. Perfect for hanging on your front door or using as a centerpiece for your fall decor, this Rainbow Sunflower Fall Wreath is sure to be a conversation starter. Each sunflower in the wreath is carefully selected for its bright and cheerful petals, creating a stunning visual display that is sure to impress. The combination of colors creates a beautiful contrast that will stand out against any backdrop, whether you choose to hang it indoors or outdoors. The wreath is expertly crafted to ensure durability and longevity, so you can enjoy its beauty for many autumns to come. Add a touch of whimsy and color to your fall decor with this Rainbow Sunflower Fall Wreath, and let its cheerful design brighten up your home all season long.

  •  White Sunflower (Six Total)
  • Wood Bead Wreath (14″ or 18″)
  • Craft Paint + Paint Brush
  • Glue Gun + Gluesticks
  • Scissors


Step 1: Choose six colors of craft paint, one color for each flower. Squeeze a little bit of paint into a small cup and mix it with a little bit of water. If the color is darker or more intense, you’ll need to add more water and if the color is lighter, less water is needed. Adding the water helps make the paint go on more smoothly, kind of like a watercolor effect.

Step 2: Paint the petals of each flower, washing out your paint brush in between each color change.

Step 3: Let the flowers dry completely, then use a pair of sharp scissors or tin snips to cut the stems off of each flower.

Step 4: Glue each sunflower to the wood bead wreath. Alternately, you could leave the stems on and use florist wire to attach the flowers to the wreath. It’s up to you! If your wreath gets a lot of hot sun, you may want to use florist wire since sometimes that can melt the hot glue and make your flowers fall off.

And there you have it, a rainbow wreath variation that’s perfect for fall. I am really digging the soft colors and you know I just can’t resist a chance to put things in rainbow order.


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