Fall wreath

Now that summer’s done and we’ve put away all our summer stuff my daughters and I have turned our attention to fall.

We’ve been busy making wreaths and other fall themed decor.  I love the rich autumn colors that we can use all the way thru Thanksgiving.

We used 12″ wire wreath forms, and made wreaths with tulle rolls and mesh rolls and used different things to embellish the wreaths.

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Fall wreath

My daughter, Jaime, made what she calls her Fall Wreath decorated with mini pumpkins, silk leaves, and her initial, the letter “V” covered in burlap.  She used a wire wreath form and knotted on tulle ribbon in fall colors.

She decided this wreath will hang on her door from now thru Thanksgiving.
Fall wreathShe had some leftover silk leaves and tulle ribbon so she glued the leaves on a mason jar, tied a bow, and made a fall candle holder.

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Fall wreath

My daughter Jenny made this adorable Witch Hat for Halloween.  She used tulle ribbon knotted on to a wire wreath form and tied on the witch hat and legs she found at Walmart.

 

Fall wreath

I made this fall wreath last year using a wire wreath form and mesh material.  I used zip ties to secure the mesh on to the frame.  For step by step tutorial click here!

If you’ll be using tulle strips or ribbons you just cut strips to the desired length and knot them onto the frame until you reach the desired fullness.  Here’s a tutorial that shows how to knot tulle onto a styro-foam form,  It’s the same basic idea but when using a wire form you need to tie on more tulle.  Click here!

It’s a great time to make fall wreaths.  You’ll find a big selection of rolls tulle ribbon at Walmart and most craft stores!