Well luvvies, September is upon us, and I am ready for all that fall entails: pumpkins, leaves, boots, you name it. In the spirit of wishing fall into full-on existence, this week I am going to show you how to make an easy, inexpensive fall wreath.
You will need:
-Hot glue gun
-Black craft pain
First, take out your black paint, brush, and bunting. I used these things to spell out the word "fall," which will be the centerpiece of the wreath.
While your paint is drying, you can begin making your felt flowers. First, cut out a round shape. It doesn't have to be a perfect circle.
Cut the round shape into a spiral, as shown above.
You will use the spiral to construct your flowers by wrapping the felt around and around and continuing to secure it with hot glue.
Your finished flowers should look something like the photo above.
When you are finished with your flowers, secure them to your wreath using hot glue.
Now, cut your ribbon and prepare to attach the bunting.
Hot glue the bunting to the ribbon. I attached the ribbon to wreath by hot gluing the ends of the ribbon to the backside of the wreath.
Here is my finished product!
See, my house is looking more like fall already. Now I'm ready for the pumpkins!