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I’ve been making these types of wreaths all year for different holidays or seasons and today I found the time to actually share my fall version. It’s pretty simple to do and is a great project for one of those rainy fall weekends.
You can use a wide array of items instead of what I’ve used, but here’s my list. One quick tip I’d like to share is that if you would like to make this more of a versatile wreath, you can simply glue the leaves, wood and pumpkins to a spare piece of burlap and tack it on. You can then remove it and replace it with other seasonal collages like flowers and birds, holly and evergreen or even cute little snowmen.
- White Burlap
- Natural Burlap Ribbon
- Hot Glue Gun
- Wood Slice
- Sharpie or Paint Pen (Preferably in black.)
- Wire Wreath Form
- Faux Fabric Leaves (From a dollar store bunch.)
- Burlap Pumpkins
1. Start off by wrapping the white burlap around the wire wreath form and hot glued it in place.
2. Cut the fabric leaves from the stem of the bunch. Arrange them where you would like. Hot glue them into place.
3. Stencil the number to your home. (For a larger number I would suggest using more than one wood slice.) Fill in the number with either a sharpie or a paint pen. Hot glue into place.
4. Hot glue pumpkins to the wood slice.
5. Make a bow and a loop using the natural burlap ribbon and hot glue into place. This will be what you hang it from.
This is the perfect accent to my door and looks so festive and fun that I can keep it up straight through to Christmas. For Halloween I plan to maybe add a few spiders. I try not to get too fancy.
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