Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Easy-Peasy Fall Burlap Wreath

A few weeks ago I went on a crafting-fritz! I crafted all the things in my home and was pretty excited about how everything turned out. I shared the final product of this wreath here, but also wanted to share the photo process along with the video that made me realize I could craft up this wreath in 30 minutes flat!
What you'll need:
Wreath-Wire Frame
30 ft of Burlap Ribbon
Fall Decor (I picked up these Fall leaves from the Dollar Store for $2 and had a cross from another wreath I re-used.)
Scissors (If you need to trim up your Fall foliage like me.)

Here's the video I watched that made this craft a cinch!

Now, back to the photo process of the wreath party that lasted 30 minutes:

Fast-forward...and..
Tadaaaaa! Easy Peasy!

I'm thinking about switching it up with some Christmas colors post Thanksgiving, but we'll see! Any wreaths up in your casa?

6 comments:

  1. Looks great! 30 minute crafts are right up my alley. That's about all the free time I get.

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    1. Yes! After watching that video, start to finish was definitely under 30 min which just thrilled me! I hear you on the limited free time!

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  2. it's so beautiful and autumnal! I love the addition of the cross.
    I just made the same thing last weekend, but I'm trying to crochet some poinsettia flowers to attach for Christmas :)

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    1. Gosh do I need to pick up crocheting or what?! You make the sweetest things! I tried crocheting while in college (I was an old soul, always have been.), but let it go after I lost count so many times. lol My best friend from childhood still has a scarf I made her. lol So sweet of her to wear it every once and while still! It was all kinds of crooked lol

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    1. Thanks, Aimee! I love how it all came together with stuff I had leftover from last year! It's just the best when things like that happen!

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