We had some fun this past week. We set out one day to enjoy some fall colors. Not only did we find some incredibly beautiful colors but we had the chance to gather leaves & pine cones & bring them home. If you have been with me for a while then you know that last year at this time I didn’t have any fall where we were & I had to have some of my dear blogging friends mail me boxes of leaves & fall colors. I certainly don’t have to do that now & I couldn’t be more thrilled about it. The hubs kept asking me what on earth I was going to do with it all once I brought it home. Well- make a wreath of course.
The sun was gorgeous & I was truly enjoying the intentional flares 🙂
I just grabbed my leaves & pine cones, some ribbon & my hot glue gun & got to gluing on an unused grapevine wreath I had.
The hardest part was integrating the leaves with out crunching them. I love the pops of color they add.
I just love that I was able to take things that are abundantly around me here in North Idaho & create this.
I needed a wreath to adorn my door for Thanksgiving.
I love how it takes all the things I love about fall & really makes my front door pop.
Want more fall wreaths?
So what did you do this past week???
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