Autumn Inspiration: 12 Days of Fall, Day 2


Whether fall is in the air where you are currently or not, this next idea will surely get you into the spirit. The one thing I love doing more than anything is inspiring others. (Even if it is just helping them create and capture certain things so that when they walk through their front door at the end of the day, they know they are home.)

I invite you to grab a hot cup of somethin' that you concocted from your Autumn Beverage Bar and let's start on Day 2.

Last night I pulled out all of my Fall Decor from the garage and definitely got a little excited. The item laying on the top of the first box I opened was the Autumn Wreath I had made last year. It had turned out so well that I thought this would be the perfect thing to share on Day 2 of the 12 Days of Fall!

What I loved about this DIY Fall Wreath project was that it is simple and extremely inexpensive. We all love the satisfaction of a good deal and making something ourselves so it's kind of a win-win.

Everything you need for this Fall Wreath is actually from the Dollar Store!

Wreath frame (Mine was wood)

Flowers

Hot Glue Gun

Hot Glue

Ribbon for Hanging

As you can see, I set my wreath back onto a cookbook stand (so innovative right?) and started assembling my little fingers away. I clipped the flowers to a good amount of stem and weaved them through the wood.

I added some hot glue to the stems to hold each flower in a little better. I bunched each color of flower together and worked my around the wood wreath frame. You can assemble this however you like but I found this way to be my favorite.

I tied a ribbon around the top and hung it on my front door and this is how it turned out!

I hope you go grab some supplies at the Dollar Store and get creating. I believe it's healthy for us to create things with our own hands, which is why I believe the DIY movement has been so popular.

Look out for my post tomorrow, I've got some more really fun and creative ideas to keep the Autumn inspiration flowing!

P.S. If you end up making one of these, please post it on here so we can share some fun ideas with each other!

Xoxo,

Alisa


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