How many times have you gone to the store to look for a wreath and just can't find what you are looking for? This happens to me all the time. I'm very picky about my home decor so if I can't find it at a good price and something that I like I will head on over to the crafty side and look for materials that I want for the perfect wreath I have in mind. For this fall I wanted a very cute burlap wreath with our initial and fall colored leaves. Nothing drastic but something that looked really cute and simple and very easy to make.
I gathered all my materials at Walmart and was very lucky to find everything I needed there.
Wire wreath frame
30 feet of burlap
Any flowers, leaves, twigs, etc that you want to attach to your wreath
Hot glue gun
Wreath door holder
Paint (color of your choice) to paint the initial
Then the decorating part started. I took my leafs and cut them off the main stem leaving a piece of stem to poke it through the burlap and tuck underneath the wired frame on the back. I did the same thing for the fern. I then took my wooden letter and painted it a soft squash orange color. When it was dry I then used the hot glue to glue it on. Now it's ready to hang it up. If you liked this post/tutorial feel free to share it with your friends on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter or however you would like ;)
Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods and day by day the dead leaves fall and melt.
Disclaimer: This project was inspired by several YouTube videos and Pinterest found tutorials and I decided to play around with different materials until I got exactly what I was looking for. Explore you're creativity. All words and opinions are my own.
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