September 26, 2014

Huckleberry Love: Autumn Sunburst Twig Wreaths

Happy Fall, Y'all!

I'm so happy to be here at From G2B for another edition of Huckleberry Love's monthly contributor post! The last post I shared with everyone was Spring-inspired, and today's post is another seasonal décor idea. I hope you love these beautiful Autumn Sunburst Twig Wreaths that I created! :)

I picked up three of these miniature twig sunburst wreaths at JoAnn's (50% off!) and desperately wanted to use them somehow in my Fall décor. They were too small to use individually, so I thought a dressed up trio would be just the thing! In the same section were a few rolls of this pretty decorated twine and thought they would be perfect to add to my wreaths. I simply wrapped the twine in and around the wreaths.



Next, I used this bouquet of faux flowers and a few coordinating rolls of ribbon to add a bit of color to the wreaths. I'm a sucker for symmetry, so they are all similar, but different in their own ways.


Then, I created little bows to add to the tops of the hanging ribbons. Below is a little step by step tutorial so you can make your own bows! They look lovely as they are, but would look great if you added a small button or other embellishment to the front of them.


All that I had to do after that was to hang these beauties on my front door! They're bright and absolutely lovely to look at. I've all ready received a few compliments from the UPS man on them. Ha ha!


I could look at these all day! After the season is over, I think I'll switch out the ribbons and flowers and use them for our Christmas décor. I love interchangeable decorations! :)


 Have you started decorating for Fall yet?

Did you enjoy this post? Be sure to check out a few more of my favorite projects that I've shared on Huckleberry Love!
Emily is one of the co-creators and bloggers of Huckleberry Love. She is a proud wife and mother to two troublesome, toddler
boys and a sweet baby girl. When she's not corralling her little ones, she enjoys
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4 comments:

  1. These are so adorable! I love the way all three of them came out!

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    1. Aren't they, though! She always whips up the cutest crafts! xo

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  2. What a creative idea! I think they are just lovely :) Pinning! and tweeting!!

    Liz

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    1. Thank you, Liz!! :D I am sure we are both thrilled about that! I super love that she can customize them for seasons, too!

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