At the Dollar Store I found:
- 3 willow wreaths
- a three-pack of twine
- assorted fall leaves
- glue dots
Wind the twine around the wreath. I found that one roll of twine filled an entire wreath. Frances wrapped hers a little more tightly and we had to make some adjustments in order to have enough twine. This part was the most time consuming aspect. One wreath took me about 30 minutes to wrap.
After all three wreaths are wrapped, decide how you like them together. There are lots of different arrangements you could go with, I chose an offset line. Using some leftover twine, tie the wreaths together to hold them in your chose arrangement.
Next, take your decorative leaves and place them around the wreaths. I used mine to hide the places where the wreaths were tied together.
The bow on top is made of burlap. I get my rice in big burlap sacks and then keep the sacks because
You might also want to check out this Fall door decoration I did last year.
How do you decorate for Fall?