Glittered Fall Leaves Wreath { with Art Glitter! }

Glittered Fall Leaf Wreath


Don’t tell the hubs, but I am in LOVE…

 with Art Glitter!  

Bonnie and I have teamed up with the fabulous glitter supplier, Art Glitter, for some gorgeous holiday projects!  Today we are showing off our… 

Glittered Fall LeafWreath!

  Do you remember these fancy pumpkins that Martha Stewart made years ago?  

Glittered Fall Leaf Wreath
Martha Stewart Glittered Pumpkins


These pumpkins were my first glimpse into what beauty ultrafine glitter can bring to a project and these were made from Art Glitter’s ultrafine glitter!  Their glitter is also used on TLC’s Craft Wars.  How cool!

Glittered Fall Leaf Wreath

I really needed a new Fall wreath and when I saw all of their glitter colors, I knew I wanted to glitter some leaves!  The hardest part about this wreath was picking the colors…. I ended up choosing Country Red, White Gold, Twig, and Copper Harbor.  
Glittered Fall Leaf Wreath

I picked up an inexpensive artificial leaf garland and simply cut the leaves off of the stem.  I used a garland instead of a bag of leaves, because they were varied in size.  To apply the glitter, I brushed on the Art Glitter glue to the top of the leaf and then gently shook the glitter with a spoon until the entire front was covered.  

Glittered Fall Leaf Wreath
I was blown away by the beauty of the colors and how much they sparkled!  I have never used glitter that was this nice before.  The pictures truly do not do it justice!!


Glittered Fall Leaf Wreath
To put together the wreath I covered a straw wreath form in burlap ribbon and wired it to a wispy grapevine wreath.  I actually used the brown wired branch that held the garland together! Way to repurpose, right?  


Glittered Fall Leaf Wreath
To attach the leaves to the straw wreath, I simply pinned them on with small silver straight pins.  By using the pins instead of the glue I can use the leaves for something else if I want to!  Finally, I attached a chocolate brown burlap bow and she was done!  So pretty!  


Glittered Fall Leaf Wreath

Stay tuned for more fun projects featuring Art Glitter!  Next time I will be showing you how to work with their gorgeous vintage glass glitter!  So excited!


*I was not compensated to write this post, but I did receive the glitter and adhesive to make my wreath.  All opinions are my own!

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Trish Flake

Author/Co-Owner at Uncommon Designs
Hey y'all! I am Trish and one half of the creative team at Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. This is such a perfect mix of glitz and natural that I have to pin it! ~ Maureen

  2. I always knew you were bling girls!!

  3. Beautiful! Love the glitter leaves, even with the pictures not doing justice, I think they turned out wonderful.
    Saw you At The Picket Fence
    Debbie :)

  4. Oh, how festive! SO welcoming. Happy Fall :)

  5. Wow, this is gorgeous! Simply beautiful!!

  6. So beautiful! I love that you just used the leaves from a garland and make them look extraordinary.

  7. Beautiful! I love me some {sparkle}!

  8. Great wreath!!

  9. I am a firm believe that glitter makes everything better!! And you’ve proved my point! Love the garland repurpose, too. :)

  10. Love this wreath ladies : ) Plus who doesn’t love some glitter?! ; )

  11. Wow, that wreath is just gorgeous!
    To be honest, I would have never thought of using glitter on this type of fall project, but it looks fantastic!
    Thanks so much for sharing this, I have pinned it to my Thanksgiving/Fall board on Pinterest.
    Lisa H.

  12. Last year I glittered a bunch of fall stuff, but not leaves – will have to try this!

  13. I love all the glitter!!! I would like to invite you to come link up at my Tasteful Tuesday party that is going on right now through friday morning.

  14. Pretty pretty – Love it!

  15. totally love it ammmmaaazing

  16. Featuring YOU today! :)

    Ginger @

  17. west furniture revival says:

    love the wreath, i would love to feature it, if this would be ok with you please let me know

    • Thank you so much for your sweet comment! As long as only one photo and a link back directly to us is included, we would love for you to feature our wreath! thank you so much for asking!! Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon Designs west furniture revival »

  18. love all that glitters as they say. the wreath is so pretty. I’m following on google+ found you through the Monday Funday hop I’m lorraine and have a happy day.

  19. This is such a beautiful Wreath Ladies!. I’m featuring this one on a Round up post about Wonderful Fall Wreaths =D. Love it!!! Hope you have a great week

    Cami @
    Sunday Bewitch Me & Titi {Link Party}


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