I'm currently swooning over all the doors I see on Pinterest. Their autumnal perfection is enviable. But I'm here to tell you that all your picturesque dreams are about to come true with these two easy fall wreaths. Valerie McKeehan (don't know her? Google her NOW, and you're welcome!) made a gorgeous cotton wreath, and I knew I wanted to make one inspired by the cotton element. The natural, woodsy feel instantly makes me think of autumn. I loved it so much I made two. They are both super different—one can be used indoors and one for out. The best part about these wreaths is that you can transition them easily between seasons. Check out the details below.
Here's what you need to make the first wreath:
- Wreath Base
- Glue Gun
- Sewing Pins
- Chalkboard Sign
Begin by wrapping the wreath base with any color yarn you'd like. I loved this blue because it felt "wintery" and looked good with the orange felt I chose to make my flowers. The green ribbon also keeps it a nice transitional piece from fall to winter. *BONUS* The chalkboard sign can be changed easily to say "Hello Winter" instead of "Hello Fall".
And for the second wreath, here is your materials list:
- Oval Grapevine Wreath Base
- Glue Gun
Adding in just a touch of greenery with a small amount of eucalyptus puts you right into the spirit of fall. You don't need to fill up the entire wreath to make it feel complete. The grapevine base is already so attractive! Little sprigs of each element are all you need to pull it all together. I liked the bow on the bottom verses the top with some acorns in the center. Totally Fall!
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