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Monday, September 12, 2016

DIY Twig Frame Wreath for Fall

This fall wreath came together in no time
using things I had on hand. 
First I went into the yard with my garden 
loper and cut a good bunch of branches. 
I laid them out to the size I wanted that 
would fit on my front door's glass. I used
 4 twigs for each side. They don't need to 
 be straight. 
 Bundle them together at the ends with wire.
 Next attach the corners with more wire. 
 I used raffia to cover the wire.
 I left some of the raffia strands long for 
that 'harvest look'. 
 Next I hung a few pinecones from the top.
 I added small screw eyes on the ends of
the pine cones to string in the twine.
I topped it all off with some 
fall ribbon I found in my ribbon jar.  
 I used a large suction hook to attach 
the wreath to my glass door.
 Hang by one of the twigs from the hook
on the from door. 
I think this twig wreath can be a nice base
for other season too. Using decorations 
for Christmas, spring, winter, gives it a 
variety of looks. 


Cheers!


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2 comments:

  1. Very cute idea, thanks for sharing! I'm heading out the door to clip some branches and make a cute twig frame for my door, too!
    Tammy

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  2. Looks great on your door.. Was just thinking what I was going to do this year.. Happy new week thanks for sharing with love Janice

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