Monday, September 12, 2011

Fall Wreath

I know I am not the only one that is so pumped Fall is here.  I have been filling up my boards on Pinterest with ideas for the season and the upcoming holidays! I saw this wreath and thought "I can make that!"  


My Wreath

and here is how easy it was to make it:
This is what you need...
This is such an easy, inexpensive wreath to make.  Especially for me this time around because I already had the glue sticks, plastic pumpkins, moss left over from a baby shower, a 50% off coupon for the wreath and the burlap was $4.99.  
My moss was a little bit different then the Pinterest wreath but I already had it so I stuck with it.  Also, if I had been using my brain while shopping earlier, I would have bought the green wreath form.
I'm not in love with this bow but I'm working on it.
I glued the pumpkins in a cluster and I am pretty convinced I can pop them off and add birds or some flowers for a switch up in the Spring!!!
Love it! My mom has already requested one for her door! 

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8 comments:

Lauren said...

Thanks for sharing! Since it's almost halfway through September, I've been thinking about getting my Fall stuff out. A new wreath would be great, and yours looks SO nice (and easy!) so I might actually do one.

The Wanna-be Southern Belle said...

I've been eyeing this wreath as well! Thanks for sharing how you did it, it turned out great and I'm for sure going to attempt this now!

Olya said...

I love this! so creative! Might do one just like that :) xo

Jaimee said...

What a great copycat craft! Love this : ) I'm including it in a mega Halloween Wreath wrap-up post on my blog in October!
Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com

...sarah. said...

How very pretty! I should make one, too.

Bekah said...

Awesome! I made a similar one with a wooden wreath, but I like yours better!

the cheese thief said...

i love this

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MellyB said...

I love it! And as someone that lacks the craft gene, I appreciate the simplicity. Except for the bow. But maybe if I just stand in the middle of Michael's holding burlap and crying someone will take pity and tie it for me.