Nothing is more welcoming than a beautiful fall wreath. Most people think of hanging them on your front door and I will never disagree…I love them there too but how cool is this fall wreath hanging on this rustic gate we tore out of an old barn?
I think what I love most about this wreath is the asymmetrical lines. I love the combination of the delicate open-back frame and the chunky harvest bouquet. If you have been following me for a while, you know I have an eclectic style. I love mixing rustic with modern; Casual with Fancy; the old with the new and…the expected with the unexpected.
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Fall Wreath Supplies:
- Unfinished Ornate Wooden Frame
- Fall Filler such as Baby’s Breath & Cat Tails
- Fall Picks
- Pine Cones
- Small pumpkins, gourds, etc..
- Glue gun
- Stain or spray paint
- Stain Pad
StainWatch this youtube video for the step by step instructions for this project.
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Fall Wreath Instructions:
Step 1) Stain or paint the wooden frame. Let dry.
Step 2) Start laying your embellishments down on the frame until you like the look.
Step 3) Begin attaching the filler embellishments to the wooden frame with hot glue.
Step 4) Continue to layer and glue embellishments until you are happy with your wreath.
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