Fall Wreath….

I was visiting tatertots and jello this weekend
by visit I mean stalk for at least 1 hour!

Jen shared 25 fall wreath ideas.

I was smitten and inspired.
I have been swooning over yarn wrapped wreaths for long time
I’ve just never have had the patience to make one
today I got up the courage to try it.
I new this may be a one time only project
I had to make it neutral so I could use it over and over again.

I found a old straw wreath at goodwill last year for $1.99

Someone had removed the plastic wrapping on it so I covered it with packing tape!

I tied my yarn in a little knot around the wreath and went to wrapping.
I contemplated over just a messy look, but chose to go with clean lines instead.
After about 25 minutes of wrapping this is what I had…

then another 45 minutes later… completed!

I just tied the end of the string to where I started

Now the fun very stressful for an ADD crafter part
choosing colors and design

of course I consulted my wreath board on pinterest

I just looked around my house and found things I had laying around and came up with my colors
I also collected little odds and ends , flowers, fabric and felt that I thought cordinated



Since this wreath took so long to wrap I did not want it to be stuck to one holiday.
I chose to attach all my embellishments with pins so I can easily update it for each holiday!







So what do you think….
I am actually excited to update it for Halloween and Christmas already!

Have you made a wreath?
leave the link in the comments I would love to check it out!

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  1. Love the soft colors and all the texture! Really pretty!

  2. Love the soft colors and all the texture! Really pretty!

  3. Wow, what a fun wreath! Love your color choices and how you used a little bit of everything you had on hand. Super job! I’d be so excited if you’d link this to my door decor challenge party:


  4. i wanted to feature this, but i can’t seem to find a way to get your image to feature on my blog. sorry!!! i’ve been trying for 15 mins. maybe next time.

  5. so cute! love the bunting! featuring tomorrow on craftaholics anonymous! 🙂
    thanks for joining the fall frenzy!
    happy crafting,

  6. so beautiful! Thanks for linking up..I will be featuring this at my arty today. It will be up later today:)

  7. Love all the colors and the variety of flowers you chose! Gorgeous wreath!

  8. Great wreath! The color palate makes me think of fall leaves. Cute blog, can’t wait to look around more!

    -caroline @ c.w.frosting

  9. Love it! It’s gorgeous and different.

    Thanks for sharing at TT&J


  10. Very pretty! I like how all the flowers are different, very cute!

  11. This is so darling! I love the mix of colors, fabrics, and textures–makes me want to go and make a wreath!

  12. Such a beautiful wreath! I’ve been wanting to make a yarn wreath myself, but will probably wait until after Halloween. Thanks for the inspiration

  13. GORGEOUS!!!!!! You are too crafty, girl!

  14. I’m oooohing and awwwwwing. It’s just gorgeous! I would be thrilled if you shared this project on my Inspiration Board {link party}. I know my readers would really enjoy it.
    Thanks for the inspiration.
    carolyn | homework

  15. this is super cute… I love all the different flowers you used… and the neutral colors. AWESOME.

  16. Think this is BETTER than a lot of the wreaths on Pinterest! I LOVE the colors that you picked!

    Hope you are doing well!

    Dominique B.

  17. Love it! So cute!

    I have a tutorial on how to make the felt flowers for a wreath!


  18. I love it!!!

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