Simple Burlap Wreath #BurlapLoversSeries


A simple Fall wreath using burlap that can be made in minutes. This wreath was .ade as part of hosted by Domestically Speaking.
Start by gathering supplies. You will need a foam wreath form, 1 - 2 rolls of 6 inch wide burlap, fake pumpkin floral picks, fake flowers, chipboard tags, watercolor paint, gold acrylic paint and a hot glue gun.
Use hot glue to secure the beginning of the burlap to the wreath form and wrap the burlap around the wreath until it is completely covered. Use another dab of hot glue to secure the end of the burlap to the form.
Use the gold acrylic paint to paint one of the fake pumpkins. Once the paint is dry secure the pumpkins and flowers to the wreath form using hot glue.
Decoupage a piece of chip board with an old book page. Paint on the chipboard tag using watercolor paint and the gold acrylic. Once paint is dry secure to the wreath using more hot glue. Knot a ribbon around the wreath form and use it to hang.

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  • Sirkku
    on Oct 21, 2016

    Thanks for sharing

  • Lynne Webb
    on Nov 26, 2016

    I love changing door decorations with something different each time. I don't like putting the same predictable stuff out each year. Your inexpensive (Dollar Tree, maybe) gave me some inspiration.

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