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Cinnamon Scented Fall Wreath

Gather beautiful dried flowers, cinnamon sticks, and colorful beads to create this lovely Cinnamon Scented Fall Wreath.  Great for both indoors and out, this easy DIY wreath will add a fragrant scent to your living room or your front porch.  You can also add lovely roses made from Polymer clay to further add color and dimension to your wreath.  This simple fall decoration is great to have on display all season long.

Cinnamon Scented Fall Wreath


  • Twig heart
  • One big flesh-colored rose made from Polymer clay
  • Two smaller flesh-colored roses made from Polymer clay
  • Three red felt roses
  • Two dried flowers
  • 60” light brown organza ribbon with a golden edge
  • Red bow made from red spider-web ribbon
  • Golden twine
  • Cinnamon sticks
  • 2 square brown glass beads
  • 5 golden beads
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks



  1. Before you begin, first plan where to place all the different elements of the wreath.
  2. Cut the 60” light brown organza ribbon in three equal pieces. Use one of the pieces at the top of the heart and make a bow. Add a drop of glue with the hot glue gun so that the bow won’t come undone. The ends of the bow will be used to hang the wreath.
  3. Use the hot glue gun to add the polymer clay roses, the felt roses and the dried flowers.

    Cinnamon Scented Fall Wreath
  4. Glue the spider-web ribbon in place below the big polymer clay rose.
  5. If necessary, cut the cinnamon sticks a bit shorter, and glue the cinnamon sticks, the other bows and the beads in place.

    Cinnamon Scented Fall Wreath
  6. Twist the golden twine around the wreath, and hot glue gun the ends of twine in place at the back of the wreath.

    Cinnamon Scented Fall Wreath
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How cute! This would add a great, cozy touch to your fall decor. The cinnamon scent is a nice touch, too!


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