Monday, November 7, 2011

Thanksgiving/Fall Wreath Part Three

Hi Ladies!  How are you?  I am doing great!  I am so excited to finally be able to show you part three of my fall wreath.  For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about let me fill you in.   I decided to create an interchangeable fall wreath this year.  It's quite simple really and includes a base,shown here, and two additional wreaths that simply hang over the base.  There is one for Halloween, shown here, and the one I made for Thanksgiving.

I actually created this Thanksgiving wreath long before I made the Halloween wreath.  It's been hanging around in my kitchen ever since.

It all started when I found the little checked wooden sign at Michael's earlier in August.  It was in the $1.00 bin and I just knew I had to make something with it.  Then after deciding to make 3 wreaths in one I knew this would be part of my Thanksgiving wreath. 

I already had this small straw wreath in my crafts box and the plaid fabric as well.  First I cut the fabric into long strips and wrapped it around the wreath securing them with pins.  Then I hot glued the Family sign on the wreath. 

Next, I added the fabric bow by simply wrapping it around the wreath and tying into a bow.  I did the same thing for the loop to hang it with using the plaid fabric to match and wedged in a small touch of fall greenery.

And now, I am ready to add it to my fall wreath on the door.

I love how well it fits right into the middle of the fall wreath!

There you have it!  The third and final part of my interchangeable fall wreath.  I am joining 
to share my project.

Thank you all so much for stopping by!
Have a great Monday and I hope each of you has a wonderful week too!


  1. What a good idea, it is really cute! :D

  2. Great idea. Just found your blog. Love your living room, and I want to retire at a lake house like yours! I am a new follower.

  3. That is just as cute as can be, Mary! And it's perfect for this holiday. Great idea!


    Sheila :-)

  4. That is just so cute Mary. You really got your moneys worth. Cute roo sign too.

  5. Mary... that is perfect!! I remember your wreath from last year! I think it looks so custom and lush the way you have layered it like that. Gorgeous!

  6. Great job Mary...its so darn cute!
    Love your ideas!

  7. Thanks for sharing - I just made a Thanksgiving Wreath myself... a little different but same idea and I LOVE yours!


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