Sometimes there is nothing better than a project that is easy and simple and that you love in the end.
That is the case with my wood and burlap natural fall wreath I made today.
Truly, it could not have been easier.
Today I am bringing back one of my favorite projects from last year - a simple spring wreath. It was part of my Spring Mantel from last year.
It brought in a little green and a little vintage – just what I was looking for!
Anytime I can tie in something vintage, it is usually my preference.
Originally I was going to use the vintage hankies for a garland, but it just didn’t work out.
If you don’t have any vintage hankies they can be found on Etsy, in vintage shops, auctions, yard sales and the like.
Somewhere along the way, I decided to try to make them into flowers for a wreath.
Hi! It's me again...
...Melissa from over at DaisyMaeBelle.
Thanks, Laura for having me back to share another wreath with y'all!
I love how Laura talks about the journey that we're all on...
...I remember my mom making wreaths when I was little.
would stand in front of her stand (made by my dad especially for wreath
making) with her hot glue gun in hand, wire snips and piles of silk
We always had beautiful wreaths all around our house.
She made them for friends and neighbors... She made them for gifts... She even sold them in a store for a bit.
So how appropriate that on my journey, one of my favorite things to share is wreaths. :)
Today I'm going to show you how to make this Magnolia Wreath.
Here it is – my first official Christmas post and it is a Christmas Wreath!
Now, if this upsets you and you feel I should wait till Thanksgiving, my apologies. But as a blogger, like in magazines, if we wait that long, the pressure is on for everything else and the crafting gets left behind.
And plus, I love to start Christmas early!
This wreath is a Christmas version of the Wood & Burlap Fall Wreath I shared a few weeks back.
This wreath can be customized to whatever colors and patterns you like. It is pretty simple, here at the steps.
For months now, every time I visited a link party and clicked on a link of something beautiful it always seemed to end up at the same place - Daisy Mae Belle. Her home, projects and ideas are always beautiful and classic. Today, she is joining us over here to share a simple and beautiful fall wheat wreath. Please welcome Melissa!
Would someone please pinch me,
because I can't believe that I'm here at Finding Home!
Laura has such an incredibly beautiful blog.
I've been following along for a while,
and am always inspired by what she shares!
Oh, I should introduce myself...
and I blog over at
Can I just tell you how ready I am for fall.
Crisp mornings, falling leaves,
and some of the most beautiful decorations of the year :)
If you are needing something new for your front door,
this might be just the project for you!