September 23, 2009

Autumn Wreath Ideas

Another easy project for you all. An easy Autumn wreath.

I had this old one laying around and it used to have 12 pumpkins or gourds on it. They have been plucked out by my little ones and used as balls or whatever they have decided to do with them *rolling eyes*

Micheal's has these little baby crows on sale. I think it was $1.25
I originally bought a few to put on my "tree" but one needed to perch out on the wreath.

The fake feathers were bought for $2.99 for about 50. I have plans for the others but a few popping out looked great to me.

I made a small monogram to hang in the middle of the wreath. I think it looks fab and I can still make some custom ones if any of you want.

Quick, easy and cheap!

Recycle, re-use and make do I say.

xo Emily xo


Kristina P. said...

This is gorgeous! I really wish our door wasn't metal.

Lisa B. said...

Your wreath is just gorgeous!! The fall colors really pop against your pretty black it!!

Lisa B.

Emily Anne Leyland said...

Thanks girlies!

Kristina- my door is metal!! It just looks like wood. You can get those sticky hook things that pull off when you are done and hang just about anything. Go get yourself a wreath woman!!! I order you ;-)

Mackay Family said...

So adorable! I love it!

* said...

Beautiful. I love stopping by your blog for arty inspiration. You never let me down. :)

Darci said...

It is beautiful. Autumn is my favorite time of year and I'm ready to get the decor out.

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

That gets me so excited for fall and halloween and thanksgiving!!!

Beautiful emily! :)

Alyson | New England Living said...

Beautiful! You did a great job! Those feathers are reminiscent of those colorful, autumn ears of corn you see this time of year.

April said...

You did awesome!!! I love the feathers! I don't usually go for them but you made it look nice!

The Harts said...

Okay Emily!! I am always in search of the perfect door decor and I've decided I want one like that... or at least the monogram detail! Can you email me and let me know how much you are selling them for... or where I can go to order :) Thanks!! Lindsay