How to Re-Do A Fall Wreath
While I was in St. George I went to a store called Tai Pan (that no longer exists) and they had these beautiful BROWN ACORNS, A YUMMY SOFT GREEN PEAR and other round balls covered in RED AND BROWN DRIED LEAVES and I just knew they would add that extra something to my wreath. These large faux fruits and veggies create a nice focal point. Getting out my HANDY DANDY GLUE GUN I was able to attach them to the wreath. I then added little touches here and there of EXTRA FALL LEAVES (that I already had LAYING AROUND IN MY AUTMUMN BOX IN THE GARAGE) Adding in the extra leaves made the wreath much fuller. Isn’t this fall wreath re-do fast and easy?
VOILA!! a fabulous full fall wreath for just a few extra bucks.Hanging It on my black front door really allows it to shine! The bright orange and gold colors of the wreath just seem to pop because of such a contrast. What kind of wreaths do you like to use for fall? I created a natural corn husk wreath that you might like to see. It too really pops off of a dark background.