Here goes another fall wreath...I mean, I do have two doors! This one took a little more time than the simple wreath with flowers, but was still pretty easy to make.
I started with a wreath form from the dollar store. Looking back, I probably wouldn't use this again, it was really big and thin! But it worked considering it was only a dollar.
I took my dear friend Annie out with me to gather some more grasses/weeds in the backyard, then used wire to secure them to the wreath. I put these on first because I wasn't planning on using burlap at the time. I'm sure it would have turned out a lot better if I would have waited though!
I cut my burlap into strips and used a needle to thread through the strips of burlap. I went from side to side so that my burlap folds would not be straight and I really liked how it ended up looking.
After threading the string, I pushed the burlap together until it formed this nice scrunchy thing.
I made four of these to fit around my wreath and then used hot glue to glue it onto my wreath form.
I also used an extra piece of burlap to tie a bow in the around my grasses.
Wanna hear a secret? The whole time I was making this FALL wreath, I was listening to Christmas music. Super embarrassing when the water softener guy stopped by....
Have a blessed day!