Burlap Fall Wreath
Some scraps from a burlap bag and a recycled wreath from the flea market yielded this versatile fall wreath for the porch....
Every time I use a burlap bag for a project, I trim off the seams and use them to make burlap roses. I save these roses in my studio for when I need a little touch of rustic for something.
They turned out to be the perfect accent for this fall wreath I entered in our fair.
To make the roses, I just twist and hot glue the seam so the tattered edge shows every so often.
I used 9 roses for the wreath and added one more to the burlap pumpkin. They were all hot glued to the wreath. I love the rustic simplicity of it for fall.
I actually have it hanging next to our door so it does not blow in the wind, scrape the glass or block our view.
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Published October 9th, 2014 6:54 PM
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Jill Coates on Sep 26, 2018
Mama Bear Simons on Sep 24, 2019
This is actually the only wreath project out of the last 20 that I looked at that I like! Thanks for this great simple idea! I'm sorry that people can't scroll on when they don't like something, and have to put negative comments up. Waste of time and energy for sure.
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