Really? How darn cute is this. I am sorry I didn’t buy more of them! My daughter just moved into a new townhouse in Maryland and needs some things on her walls.
Easy Fall Tobacco Basket Decoration for Your Home
Tobacco baskets are turning up everywhere and this little tobacco basket project was a result of spotting one of these cute little baskets at Target! For just $3, I knew I would use this, perhaps as a centerpiece. You can see more of my crafts and creations here.
I used a pipe cleaner to make a loop so I can hang this on a Command hook on the wall.
This is going to be a sweet little fall decoration she can enjoy for the next few weeks. I cut some faux fall leaf picks into smaller pieces.
Cut pieces of the stems were secured to the tobacco basket with a generous amount of hot glue.
I continued adding the leaves to make a nice little “nest” in the center of the basket.
It was time to get out the small vaux fruits I used for my Thanksgiving tablescape. I love using fruits and vegetables in arrangements and vignettes during autumn. The fruits of the harvest are always a reminder of the horn of plenty and all of the blessings we have as we give thanks this time of the year.
Adding a liberal amount hot glue will make it easy to attach the fruits to the center of my tobacco basket.
A pair of fruits will make a base for more to come.
Time to add some texture with a little twine! Any twine will work with this
Cut a piece of cardboard and wrap it with the twine. I wrapped it about 30 times around the cardboard.
Fold the cardboard and pull the twine off without messing up the loop you have created.
Wrap a piece of twine several times around the middle of the loops and you have a twine bow.
Use the hot glue gun to secure the bow in the middle of the basket.
To carry off the harvest look, add more faux fruits.
You have a pretty and easy fall decoration to add to your home!
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