Saturday, September 14, 2013

Fall Wreath


It was my intention to make one of those really full rag wreaths for fall. Until I started tearing strips of fabric and tying then to my pool noodle turned wreath form. It was then that I realized that it was going to take about a million strips of fabric to make it full and fluffy....huh! aint nobody got time for that! I revised my plan  when I saw Lucy's gorgeous burlap and canvas wreath.  Lucy's is much more beautiful, so if you want to see the original stunning version visit Craftberry Bush.


Determined not to spend any money this fall I used things I had on hand. I tore a long strip of  canvas and wrapped it around a pool noodle that I had left over from  this project. Then I started tying strips of burlap, drop cloth canvas, twine and lace to the wreath.  


I stopped tying on when it looked full enough and then added dried roses faux hydrangea, berries and wheat.


There you have it, how my raggedy wreath came to be. I think I like it.




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30 comments:

  1. I think you should give yourself more credit; your wreath is just as beautiful!!

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  2. I love how your wreath turned out! It's so pretty and quaint. Fits right in with the rustic trend going on. You cracked me up with the "ain't nobody got time for that . ." Sometimes we don't realize how involved things are, but in the end, everything works out just fine like yours did.

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  3. I have got to get to the fabric store! The wreath and pumpkins are just gorgeous!
    I love the use of the linen and burlap, perfect for fall, and so unique and different.
    Love it!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  4. It's beautiful, Karen! I love the embellishments you added, too. I have got to try one of these rag wreaths. I have plenty of fabric and my bloggy friend, Betsy, just sent me some burlap.

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  5. Ohhhh, this wreath is gorgeous. Already pinned.

    Hugs from here

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  6. I know it takes a lot of fabric for these rag wreaths. They're such a pretty fall accent and you did a great job on yours.

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  7. Acabei de conhecer o seu blog,achei maravilhoso.Visite-me:http://algodaotaodoce.blogspot.com.br/
    Siga-me e pegue o meu selinho!!!

    Obrigada.

    Beijos Marie.

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  8. What a great way to do it and end up with something just as pretty but for much less work. Now I want to make the pumpkins AND a wreath! Guess I would have to go fabric shopping, huh!? So many fun, fun things to make and do!

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  9. This is gorgeous, Karen! Very romantic, you are so talented! We are on week #2 of our Get Your DIY on Fall Party Challenge and this week's theme is fall wreaths. I'd love for you to come share this with us! http://www.confessionsofaserialdiyer.com/get-your-diy-on-week-2/. Hope to see you there! XO

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  10. Karen hello!

    This is very beautiful, very shabby sweet!♥
    Beautiful blog!

    Many greetings from Finland,
    Marikki

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  11. Olá amiga,vim retribuir sua carinhosa visita ao meu cantinho.
    Fiquei feliz por seguir-me!!!
    Obrigada,volte sempre e pegue o meu selinho de agradecimento!

    Beijos Marie.

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  12. This is so gorgeous. So glad I found your blog!

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  13. It's perfect! I love that you improvised, and it couldn't be any cuter...

    Cindy

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  14. I love this wreath--one of the prettiest most natural looking ones I've seen!

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  15. LOVE LOVE LOVE this! I what a beautiful wreath and just think... it didn't cost you a thing! Thanks for sharing at TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS!

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  16. A gorgeous wreath! The little white pumpkins are the perfect complement, beautiful!

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  17. I'm all for using what we have :) Your wreath is gorgeous, Karen!!

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  18. This turned out so well. It has just the right amount of charm and fits the season perfectly..Happy Thursday..Judy

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  19. I love your wreath! It is so different than the one on Craftberry Bush, which I like also. Yours is more free-form and whimsical. Visiting from What's It Wednesday!

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  20. Absolutely gorgeous! I love it!
    Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

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  21. Karen,

    This is so pretty and very creative! Thanks for sharing...

    Lisa

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  22. The wreath looks great! I love all the textures and the soft colors. Very pretty!!

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  23. Karen, I love the combination of all the textures and fabrics. Great job!! Thank you so much for linking up your fall inspired wreath Get Your DIY On. I hope you'll join us tomorrow with your thrifty upcycle to link up!!

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  24. This was one of my favorite wreaths from our Get Your DIY on party. I'll be featuring it at tonight's party! It starts at 7:00, come by and grab a button. Tonight's theme is thrifty upcycles...I hope you can join us again! XO

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  25. I am so excited to be sharing your lovely wreath on my blog later today! It is gorgeous! Make it a blue Monday.

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  26. Very pretty, love the unique look and soft palette!

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