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Pumpkin Spice Fall Wreath

The kids are back in school–woo hoo!! It was definitely a weird type of week for me. Weird  but good. This year ALL of my kiddos are in elementary school. We have a 5th grader, 4th grader, 2nd grader, and two that just started kindergarten. I am not used to having a quiet house, so it’s taking some getting used to. My little guys are in afternoon kindergarten, so I’m footloose and fancy free for a few hours every weekday now. It’s amazing how much I can get done without any little ones around! One of the many little projects I tackled this week was this yarn-wrapped fall wreath.

I haven’t made a wreath in awhile, so I wanted something fall-ish to spruce up my front door.

This orange yarn with fall colored accents are just the ticket.

To make it, I simply wrapped a foam wreath form completely with yarn.

I made a variety of felt roses, flowers, and green leaves that I thought would complement it.

In addition, I also made some fabric covered buttons and regular buttons and glued those on as well.

To add a finishing touch, I ruffled three pieces of this brown and white fabric and layered them at one end.

Welcome Fall!

31 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Fall Wreath”

  1. I love your wreath, and the name you gave it too! I love making wreaths and just made my 1st fall wreath too {but haven’t had a chance to post it on my blog yet!} Are you enjoying having all of your kiddos in school? Two of mine are in school all day, and two babies home with me starting next week… it’s going to be so quiet around here! Found you at TT&J and I’m loving your cute blog! I don’t see a follow button, so I’m going to follow you on Pinterest 🙂 I’d love to see you on my blog {or Facebook} sometime if you’d like!
    Have a great weekend!
    Laurie @ Gallamore West

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