Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Fall Wreath

Every year as the air starts to get cooler and the leaves are begin to change color, I go out and gather beautiful colored leaves, acorns, rose hips, and whatever else I find fitting to make a simple, colorful fall wreath.







This is such an easy little project, and like most all of my projects, it is super cheap! The only things that I bought for this project was some clear glossy lacquer and a grapevine wreath. After gathering leaves and such, I simply glued (using a hot glue gun) the leaves, acorns, etc to the grapevine wreath and then gave it a shiny coat of lacquer to help preserve the leaves and all their beautiful colors.

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9 comments:

  1. LOVE it...great idea with the spray...I see a weekend project for my little one...thx for sharing...xo, Mariaelena

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  2. Such a beautiful Fall wreath ... full of gorgeous colors and it looks perfect in front of the mirror! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Beautiful fall wreath Emily. I love how you displayed it in from of the mirror....great idea.

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  4. Emily, your wreath is gorgeous. And, I love it displayed in front of your mirror.

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  5. That is sooooo beautiful Emily and I absolutely love how you have it hanging on the mirror! Thank you so much for sharing this with us last weekend at Inspiration Friday! :-)
    Vanessa

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  6. What a beautiful wreath! I'm a first time visitor, and I'm certain I'll be back, because you have a very inspiering blog.
    Wish you a good day :)

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Thank you so very much for your sweet comment!!!