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Easy Autumn Wreath
by Brandie Valenzuela
Autumn is my most favorite time of the year. I just can't
get enough of the pumpkins, fall leaves, and cool days!
I am constantly creating and purchasing new items for
my home to create a warm, fall look during this time of
One of my very favorite Autumn craft projects, just happens
to be one of the easiest and the most inexpensive. Follow
my directions and in no time your home will be shouting:
"Autumn is loved here!".
You will need:
1 grapevine wreath, undecorated
1/2 to 1 yard of Autumn or Harvest themed fabric
What you do:
Take your fabric and cut it into strips that are approximately
1.5" x 18". After you have a good supply of strips, tie each
strip onto the wreath into a bow in various places. Continue
adding bows until it has a look that you enjoy. After tying on
your bows, take a large bunch of raffia and tie it in a bow at
the top of your wreath. Hang as you desire.
Brandie is a wife and homeschooling mom to three children, who also works fulltime from her home designing custom scrapbook albums and teaching scrapbook classes. For more information, visit: http://brandievdesigns.4t.com.
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