Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Fall Wreath

I'm not going to lie, the balloon wreath from my daughters first birthday party is still hanging in my house.

I realized it is time to take it down and move on.

My baby is one, the party is over, boo hoo.

I was torn on whether to make a fall wreath or a Halloween wreath. I feel like it is a little early for either one, but decided to go with a fall wreath.

I took the girls to Joann's this morning and came home with these goodies





The leaves and berry things were all 50% off so they were only 99 cents each! Score!






I just used hot glue to attach the leaves to my straw wreath.  I attached them randomly, just trying to make sure all the holes were covered.

 Once I had all the leaves attached I stuck in the berry twigs and added a giant red raffia bow.



















I ended up only using 2 of the leaf packets and 4 of the berry twigs ( I bought 6) so this wreath only cost me $10 to make!!!!

I have to say, for 10 bucks I really LOVE how it turned out!





7 comments:

  1. Very cute! I love how you put the picks of berries and acorns in this. Fall and the colors it brings are my favorite!

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  2. Beautifully and cleverly done! So very full and colorful and lots of extra details. It looks great.

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  3. This blog always create some informational and amazing things, which add in my knowledge and experience.But I am a bit confuse.A Thanks for sharing.Waiting for next post.

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  4. Gorgeous! You even put a hanging ribbon on the top. So pretty. :)

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  5. (found ya on a link party)
    Im in love with wreaths.. and this one rocks! :)

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  6. Soooo cute and so doable. I have a wreath and Fall leaves. I think I will grab the glue gun and get going. Thanks for sharing your idea.

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