Sep 18, 2010

Fall Wreath

This looks so great on our black front door.  I have been seeing rag wreaths all over the internet.  I wanted a fall wreath but was bored with all the leaves and pumpkins.  This is my first wreath.  The hardest part was cutting the strips.  I cut them 2 in. x 8 in. long using three different fabrics.  I may bend the hanger loop down so its not so obvious. 

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10 comments:

Kristi said...

Wow, from the thumbnail in my reader, it looks like it's made from leaves. It really DOES look great against your black door. Great job!

~ The Speckled Dog

Vintage Linen Treasures said...

It's beautiful and it looks amazing on your black door. How much fabric did you use? And did you use a wire frame?
Patricia :o)

BrownBag*Boutique said...

I love this! I have been wanting to try one so this just may be the push I need to do it! Looks great!

Wendy said...

wow! It looks great. I agree with Kristi, I thought at first it was leaves. You did a wonderful job :)

Pat said...

What a cute wreath! I too thought it was leaves!

Jo said...

I love it,I might could do this,thanks for the creative idea,your wreath is more personal touch.
~Jo
~LazyonLoblolly

Vanessa said...

Hi! I just found your blog through Met Monday and absolutely love it! Your home is gorgeous and you are on talented gal! I'm a new follower!
Vanessa

Sparrow's Nest said...

I actually didn't notice it was a hanger till you said something. I think it's brilliant to use a hanger :)

Mandy said...

This is great and perfect for a fall decor that's not all pumpkins and ghosts! Would love to see directions for how you made this!

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