Chicken Wire and Pine Cone Fall Wreath
With the first nip in the air, I decided to create an outdoor fall wreath to be displayed on the side of our home. I used chicken wire and pine cones that would withstand the elements. It's been raining for days now and the wreath looks as good as ever! Come along and see how I made it and get 31 other ideas for your fall decorating on the Fall Ideas Tour!
We attached a painted piece of chicken wire to the top of a wooden board made from slats.
I twisted the chicken wire and dropped in pine cones and my husband stapled it as we formed a circle for the wreath.
We had to make a few adjustments to ensure that we had a good circle.
Lastly, I added a bow and some fall florals to complete the wreath.
The wreath makes a great welcoming statement when guests come to the back door of our home!
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Published September 28th, 2015 9:21 AM
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SheilaFlorida on Sep 18, 2019
Very creative! First time I've seen one made from chicken wire! I love it and will try it.
Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads on Sep 18, 2019
Thanks Sheila! I love me some chicken wire!
I want to make a door reef. I will use hot glue. Do you think that would work.
What is the paint brand and color? I really like it!