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DIY – Fall Wreath

October 3, 2013


I guess you can officially call this a tradition now. I really like making fall wreaths. Last year I made one using instructions I found online but the flowers were looking tired so I decided to make a new one for this year. This is what I did.


I used fall colored construction paper and some leftover orange-yellow fabric as well as a wire hanger for the structure.

I did my best to unwind and then make a circle out of the hanger. I then covered it with fabric using Elmer’s glue every so often to keep it tight. I then free hand cut out the feathers from the construction paper so they would all be a little different. Then I hot glued the feathers onto the wreath form and bam! it was done.


The longest part of the whole project was cutting out the feathers. I just got an iced coffee and turned on a show and cut away. The perfect way to spend an afternoon if you ask me! Do you like making your own holiday decorations or buying them already made?

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  • Reply JJ October 3, 2013 at 8:06 pm

    Wow, that is real pretty. Here in Brisbane, we don’t get the changing colour of leaves, sadly. It is too tropical here. I have seen the autumn/fall colours two times, when I have visited Ontario. So beautiful..

    • Reply Michaela October 4, 2013 at 9:31 am

      We are very lucky to have all the seasons every year where I live. I can’t wait till the trees in our yard start to change colors. I will be clicking away at my camera every chance I get.

  • Reply Daddy October 4, 2013 at 9:46 am

    The wreath is cute Mikey, thanks for sending me the text last night
    Love you

    • Reply Michaela October 7, 2013 at 8:55 am

      Thanks dad! I love you too

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