Autumn has officially arrived and I can't think of a better way to welcome it than with a mug of hot cider and a seasonal wreath hung on the front door. Danielle made one out of yarn and felt with these lovely accents of white and red roses. I'm eating up the mustard yellow color.
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Felt, it turns out, is an inexpensive, easy material to work with when it comes to making wreaths. Here, Katie crafted orange felt flowers and attached them to a wooden frame. I love how expansive it is! It practically encircles the whole front door.
Yum! This candy corn wreath might be more appropriate for October. Actually, if I attempt this one, I should probably start imagining it with bite marks, because I think my kids will find it irresistible.
The leaves on this fall foliage wreath are made from paper, so you don't have to worry about them wilting -- and it can be used year after year.
Acorns are plentiful this time of year and can probably be gathered up from trees around the neighborhood (watch the squirrels for inspiration). Dana spray-painted hers white and added an orange ribbon for a little touch of autumn.
What do you do to welcome fall? Will you be hanging a wreath this year?