Simple Fall Wreath with fabric accents...

I decided to do something a little different for my fall wreath this year..
Instead of big bows, lots of flowers and so on.. I went with simple.




I took a regular grapevine wreath, some dark blue/white gingham fabric, a few sunflowers, and a scarecrow plant pick...  



I cut the fabric into 2 inch wide (give or take) strips. (3 to wrap the wreath & one for the bow)



Then I tied the ends together so it would be long enough to use to wrap the entire wreath.
Then I simply took the fabric strip and wrapped it around. (cutting off the tied ends and tucking them under to hide them)



Next I just tucked in the scarecrow pick and flowers...

 
Then I tied the last strip of fabric around the top of the wreath and just made a simple bow.

 
 
I had everything on hand, so this Oh So Simple wreath cost me nothing...
 
 
I had thought about adding more flowers, greenery, some burlap ribbon wrapped around in between the fabric sections, and so on... but I decided that I actually like the simplicity of it like this.
 
 
Yep, sometimes simple is good. :0)
 
 
 
 
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1 comment

  1. Very pretty...love the little scarecrow! Have a wonderful weekend!

    Blessings, Vicky
    Life On Willie Mae Lane

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