Decorate your door beautifully for all those holiday guests! This Fall Thanksgiving Wreath is so simple to make it only takes a few supplies & 20 minutes.
I love decorating my front door for the season. In fact, I try to change up my front door at the beginning of each new month. I also try really hard to not put up the same wreath twice. So that means the wreaths that have been on the door get a full re-work or are stripped down & made into something completely different before they get back to the door again. I don’t know why I do this because I love each & every one of them. It’s hard to take them apart when I cherish them. But they see their fair share of weather & by the time they sit outside for a month- they are in need of some TLC anyway.
Fall Thanksgiving Wreath
So to get my door ready for November & dismantled a fall wreath from several years ago & created this one with soft fall tones. It’s was really easy & took only 20 minutes!
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I just love the colors. I used what I had on hand from previous wreaths that I have torn apart. That really is the fun part. I use & re-use again & again. It’s neat to see how I can create something completely different with the same supplies.
I only had one bundle of pink flowers. So I built around that one. Then since I had 2 bundles of brown (I broke into 4) it made it easy to be symmetrical when putting this together.
Then I just filled in the open areas with some of the creamy flowers & then the remaining holes with the silk leaves. You can purchase the leaves separately, but I just used the ones that came off the bundles of flowers. That way I’m using all that I have. It’s as simple as cutting the stem, placing in the desired location & giving a little squeeze of hot glue to secure it in place. Then I added a bow with some craft ribbon (the kind with the wire edges works well). It’s really quick & makes the porch look so inviting.
Fall Thanksgiving Wreath
I’m telling you- it’s simple & everyone who visits will shower you with compliments because it’s so pretty. 🙂
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This wreath is beautiful. I have a plain grapevine wreath that is crying for some decoration and this post has inspired me. Thanks for sharing!
This is SO pretty! 🙂 LOVE IT!
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This is lovely. I have it pinned to make 🙂
Charlene Asay says
This is a beautiful wreath. Thanks for sharing.
This is really, really pretty Gina! I love that you chose dusty pink/peach and cream flowers for fall – they’re a fresh twist on the traditional colors. Thanks for linking up with our Merry Monday party!
Hayley @ Craftaholique says
This is so beautiful, I am planning to include a link to it in my blog round up post later today!