Don’t you just love the Fall season?
The crisp air, the colors that Autumn brings, the Fall Holidays, and how about all those fall recipes? This year for some reason I have been more ready for the fall season than ever before.
I started making my Fall wreaths at the beginning of August, in anticipation of the season. Let’s take a look together at my collection of wreaths that are for sale.
Fall Outdoor Wreaths
This is one of the very first wreaths I did for this fall.
The base is made with 10-inch tan mesh. A beautifully handcrafted bow was made by using three types of ribbon, first being an orange burlap, next being a tan sheer, and then the orange pumpkin ribbon. Taking the ribbons and placing into the mesh added just a little bit without going over the top.
Going with more traditional wreath style with this one, I made it on a grapevine form.
Sunflowers remind me of the autumn season along with the colors of orange, yellow, red, and brown. Adorn with many silk flowers, a grapevine pumpkin, some pinecones, and a handcrafted bow. With even offering a place for it to be customized to you. We can easily add you’re last name initial to the open spot under the bow.
Seriously, this wreath has to be my favorite of all them. Everything about this one I love.
I used tan mesh for the base, I did add a touch of orange by using orange mesh here and there. Flowers of orange and yellow are added around the wreath for that splash of brightness that Fall brings. Tucking small bows of brown plaid around the wreath along with brown and orange mesh tubing. Hello, Fall sign tucked next to the cutest little owl. Did you see he is sitting on a bale of straw?
Thanksgiving Fall Wreaths for Sale
The best way I can describe the next few wreaths has to to be fun, fun in looks and fun with making them.
I’m calling this one Thankful, Grateful and truly Blessed.
Let’s talk about this one, keeping with the 10-inch tan mesh I also added 21-inch orange mesh. With the tan mesh, I gathered it like a fan. But the orange I did in a bubble and added a little bit of a twist to the mesh. Again I added some silk flowers, just enough to complement the sign. For the bow, I wanted it to be unique. Making the bow from this orange plaid ribbon, I trailed the tail to the bow around the wreath some. Giving the bow a bit of a curl at the ends added a little feminine touch.
How cute is he? I could just keep him right there on my front door for the whole season!
Like most of the wreaths, I started him the same way, I made his body with tan mesh and a bit of brown mesh for that scarecrow look. For his pants, I stuffed them a bit before I zipped tied them to the wreath frame. Then I tied the bottom of his legs with jute string, with a little raffia sticking out. Feeling like his hat needed a little something I add sunflowers and wheat. The orange gingham ribbon was just too cute not to add to him so I placed some around his body.
This beauty is hanging on my front door to welcome all my fall guest to our home.
I wanted to create something a bit different with this one, therefore this one isn’t a circle wreath but a square wreath. Being quite similar to the Hello Fall wreath with the Owl and straw bale, but also slightly different. Using the same plaid ribbon but also adding a wire ribbon that is tan in color. This one I used a little fewer flowers but added fall leaves.
Halloween Wreath Ideas
Being aware that not everyone decorates for Fall or just Thanksgiving I wanted to make sure that I had some cuties for Halloween as well.
Pumpkins, I guess could be fall or Halloween just depends on what your preference is.
Making this one was very simple to do but yet kind of challenging to keep the mesh on the wire frame. The stem is a green mesh with a cute little bow to top the pumpkin off. Wouldn’t this one be adorable hanging on your front door this season?
A Witched smashed into the front door!! That was my thought on this wreath. Using black mesh for her body I did it in a bubble method. I wanted to make sure that her legs and sign would be secured to the frame, therefore I used zip ties and pipe cleaners to secure them. To add a simple touch of color to her I made bows with mesh tubing. She is ready to welcome trick or treaters this Halloween.
I would like to introduce Morgan the Witch to you, she is very shy and that is why she is hiding under her hat. As I was making the first Morgan I keep telling her how cute she was, so she needed to have a name. Thinking she was shy and wanting a friendly witches name I came up with Morgan. The top of her hat has black mesh wrapped around the frame, the brim of the hat is packed full of mesh in green, orange, and purple. Isn’t she the cutest Witch that you have ever seen?
Happy Front Door Decorating~ Jenny
If you’re looking to purchase a wreath you may contact me here or on Simple Creations Facebook page.
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