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.
Repurposed Wheel Fall Wreath
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!
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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Jenny on Sep 14, 2020
This has caught my eye on more than one email. It's really beautiful! Thank you for sharing it. I just wish I had more luck finding old wheels like that--I've been looking for more than a year and have only come across 1 wooden wheel. But now I know to keep looking so I can build a "stash" like yours. :)