Cotton Fall Wreath
Every morning for the past few weeks I woke up and looked out the window. A few leaves have turned color, but as soon as I look at the weather report — the heat and humidity has yet to leave North Carolina. Will fall ever arrive? I want to wear flannel shirts and boots. I want cooler temperatures so I can stop sweating the minute I step outside. To usher fall into our area, I decided to make a super simple Cotton Fall Wreath. You won’t believe how easy this wreath was to make!
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- Real Cotton Wreath Base
- Dried Preserved Fall Leaves (sometimes you can find these at your local florist or grocery store)
- Burlap Ribbon
This wreath was so simple to create, I didn’t take step-by-step photos. Gasp!
Really, it’s so simple, all you have to do is tuck preserved leaves into the cotton wreath. Yup, just tucked, no glue or anything!
Then loop a strip of burlap (or ribbon of your choice) through the top and pin it to the top of your door using a flat thumbtack.
See, wasn’t that super simple?
A red ribbon would also look beautiful with this wreath.
To give my entry a little extra decor, I added a few colorful items.
A little step ladder with a pumpkin and some silk flowers.
The chalkboard painted pail from my fall mantle a few years ago.
A faked blue gourd sits on the bottom step, tempting people to touch it to see if it’s real.
My favorite décor item is this light up grapevine sphere. It adds a beautiful warm glow after dark.
Have you decorated for fall yet? Have cooler temperatures arrived where you are? If so, please mail me some of your fall weather!
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