{Make a Fall Wreath // Fall 2015 Bucketlist Update}

One of the items on my Fall bucketlist this year was to make a Fall themed wreath. I've dabbled in wreath making, and found that I truly love it. It's therapeutic or something. Anyhow, when I thought about making a fall wreath I suspected that I would use burlap {because I am burlap obsessed}, most likely in deeper colors like burnt orange and brown. But, then I went a different route with it. Mason and I went out to the fields one day and picked a bunch of cotton. There is just something about fresh cotton that screams fall to me. So, I used the cotton we picked to make a fall wreath. It's different, it's simple and I am in love with it.

Supplies:
foam wreath form
a roll of burlap (I used 2 different colors)
hot glue gun and glue sticks
freshly picked cotton (or fake cotton)

It was so easy to make, too. I just wrapped the wreath form with the burlap and hot-glued it down every once in a while. Then I took the cotton pieces I wanted to use and pulled the stems off of them. Then I just started hot-gluing them down until I was happy with the way it looked. Then I took the burlap and made a bow. That's it.

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Are you a wreath maker? Have you made one for Fall? I'd love to see.

2015 Fall Bucketlist Update {those that have been done have been updated with the link to the post}:

Done:
decorate the porch ü
make fall crafts ü
take Mason on a nature scavenger hunt ü
buy pumpkins ü
have a Halloween movie night {most likely Hocus Pocus} with themed foods ü
find Mase Halloween pajamas ü
go to Mainstay Farms/Pumpkin patch ü
go to Round Top, TX for Texas Antiques weekend ü
go on a hayride ü
go to the Texas State Fair ü
take Mason trick or treating ü
Boo a friend ü
bake Halloween cookies ü
go to a football game ü
nacho bar for a football game watching night ü
make a fall wreath ü

To Do:
make s'mores or the s'mores dip
go geocaching around our town
decorate & carve pumpkins
take Fall pictures
have a playdate with friends
go to the zoo
go camping in a tent
stay in a cabin somewhere
follow a Fall photo project
buy a few 'fall' wardrobe staples
visit the Farmer's Market
roast marshmallows
make a thankful jar with Mason

8 comments

  1. I love that you can just go pick cotton! :) This wreath is gorgeous!

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  2. Your wreath turned out great and that freshly picked cotton makes it even cuter. I have never made a wreath before but I want to make one this year for the holidays. xo

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  3. I LOVE it! I did this with yarn and it took FOREVER! This would be so much easier (and cuter)

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  4. I really like how this turned out! It's great!

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  5. Love how it turned out! I am such a sucker for burlap!

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  6. You have live cotton growing by you?! Im not sure why that thrills me but I love that you do! Ive never made a wreath but I definitely want to, its on my to craft list :)

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  7. So cute and simple. And I'm with Whitney. I would LOVE to be able to go pick some cotton! You can never have to many wreaths :).

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  8. When you snapped the cotton, I wasn't sure what you had planned for it but this is GORGEOUS! I love how it turned out. You have gotten quiet crafty lately!

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