Upcycled Fall Basket Wreath

Some bloggers and I have a fun game happening on over on Instagram called This week's theme is Thanksgiving crafts!
I have a thrift store basket obsession! I grabbed this guy for 99 cents!
I rummaged through the clearance bins at Joann's and found some fall floral pieces and I grabbed a cardboard letter K.
I painted the K white and glued it to the bottom right hand side of the basket.
I then cut the floral pieces down and started gluing them down on the left side of the K.
It's a unique twist on the traditional wreath and didn't cost very much to make! It's now on our door, ready to welcome our Thanksgiving guest! Make sure to follow a long on my blog, www.shabbygraceblog.com

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1 question
  • Martha Fenimore
    on Jun 23, 2017

    What is the "K" for?
    • Susan
      on Jul 18, 2017

      The letter of the last name used as a monogram. Like yours could be an F or anything you wanted to use.

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  • Eva Marie Turner
    on Jul 26, 2017

    You could even use this for making Christmas Wreath and any other design that you imagine.
  • Lovesunique
    on Aug 30, 2019

    This looks more like a tray to me, like the kind that goes under paper plates. Perfect idea for creating wreathes of all kinds!

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