This easy fall wreath just needs two things... a very rusty wheel from my stash and some lovely fall foliage courtesy of my local dollar store. So pretty!
Repurposed Wheel Fall Wreath
With the end of August clearly in sight I like to start thinking about fall projects. It's my favorite time of year, and I love creating a new wreath for the front door every season.
I trimmed down the stems of the fall foliage, and grabbed my handy dandy glue gun.
That's all I needed to put this wreath together.
I glued the leaf picks into the side groove of the wheel....
...going around in a sprial-like pattern.
This went very quickly.
The fall-colored leaves really accent the wheel beautifully, and because I used my glue gun I can take it apart any time I want to.
This wheel could be repurposed in so many other ways.
I glued a few extra leaves in here and there to fill in some bare spots.
And that's it. My fall wreath is done.
This was a quick and easy project that would make a lovely fall welcome to any front door.
If you enjoyed this project you can find more fall projects on my blog here.
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