Fall Wreath

With the feeling of Fall in the crisp air these days, I felt inspired to make a wreath to hang on our front door.

My other source of inspiration came from the massive amounts of drywall dust that accumulates on my floors everyday from our kitchen remodel. I’ve felt the need to make it feel extra cozy and nice in our house, despite the chaos. A couple candles and a nice welcoming wreath seem to do just the trick.

What I like best about this project is it’s very simple and can be made easily for under $10. At our local Michael’s I picked up an 8 inch grapevine wreath, a string of leaf garland and a wooden letter “s.”

First I painted my “s” with some red acrylic paint and set it aside to dry. While it was drying, I wrapped the leaf garland around the the wreath twice and pinned it in place with a couple greening pins. When the paint was dry, I fastened the “s” to the wreath and hung it on the door!

Nikki Stenson

I am a wife to my husband, Matt and a Mom to my son, Micah. I live a simple life and eat a lot of oatmeal.

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