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DIY Freshly Fallen Leaf Wreath

Happy fall everyone!  The leaves have certainly began to fall here. They are so beautiful! I especially love the sugar maple leaves- so many colors packed into just one leaf! This year, I could not let that beauty go to waste, instead I turned them into a creative leaf wreath for the door.

While still fresh, we collected a bunch of gorgeous leaves. Then we strung them together.
We attached them to a wire wreath frame and decked out the door.


DIY leaf wreath
If you’d like to make this easy, low cost wreath for your door, then head on over to HGTV Gardens for the full step-by-step photographed guide.
Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest

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Comments (6)

  • Love this wreath – you could even spray it gold and use it when the holidays arrive. Thanks for hosting!

    • What a fabulous idea Carole! I just love it and might try that one myself 🙂

  • Hello cute lady! I love, love your wreath! It is always a pleasure to stop by and party with you each week. I hope you get a chance to swing by our party.That would be totally amazing.
    Happy Wednesday! Lou Lou Girls

  • I just love your wreath and will be making one for myself! Thanks for hosting the blog party.

  • Love carole's suggestion to spray it gold for the winter holidays. This is such a cute and straight-forwawrd idea!

  • Oh my I love that wreath! I def want to make one, perfect project for the little man! Thank you for a lovely party!


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