It's almost Happy Fall Ya'll! Well, close enough right? It's a little less than a month away and pretty much all of the stores have all of their Halloween and Fall decor out as well as some Christmas! If they are already putting Christmas decor out then I don't feel bad for thinking about Fall! It only helps those like me feel justified in our early decorating every year.You know that we only do that because we want to enjoy the feel of fall longer and we are hoping it will help it come to pass more quickly. Like I said in my previous post, there is just something about fall that makes me happy. I'm looking forward to the candles,chunky sweaters, boots and drinking my pumpkin spice coffee in the cool mornings. Also, as soon as fall is here,I'll be moving in to my McCaffrey home. You can read about that here! I'll be updating the process of my home this week! In the mean time, today, I'm sharing my DIY Fall burlap wreath tutorial. I absolutely love the looks of these bubbled burlap wreaths but not their price tags. Especially when looking on Etsy. So I wanted to show you how you can get the same look for less!If you are local,be sure to catch this tutorial on my DIY segment on KSEE24 The Central Valley Today! **You can watch me explain how I make the wreath ON THE VIDEO TUTORIAL LINK AT THE VERY END OF THIS POST.**
Glue Gun & glue sticks
Fall leaves from any craft store or Dollar Tree
Accent Ribbon. Mine is from Michaels . 2 inches wide
Wire wreath form from Walmart. 18 inches
2 packs of burlap ribbon 5.5 inches x 30ft found at Walmart or Michaels.
Flip the ribbon towards the wires to start creating your first loop.
wrap the pipe cleaner around one of wires and twist it around. This will secure the start of your accent ribbon. * Coming soon! Watch the video below to see how I do it*
Ring in the fall season with a burlap wreath! - Story | YOURCENTRALVALLEY