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Autumn Heart Twig Wreath

Leafy Twig Wreath – I decided to take a break from my obsession with fabric pumpkins and redo my little heart twig wreath for Fall.
Here is the twig wreath for Spring and Summer. I really liked it a lot. I had these seed packet stickers glued on there so I ripped them off (okay, I didn’t rip them off but I gently pulled them off).   
This wreath is in my header right now, too.
twig heart wreath
I loved it but decided I needed to do something Fallish with it.
I hadn’t thought of doing anything with fake Fall leaves until I saw Alderberry Hill’s post on an Autumn leaf tree. I fell in love with that leafy tree which is why I went right out and bought some fake Autumn leaves at Michael’s Craft Store. They were on sale for 50% off so I bought 2 bunches of them and have had one heck of a good time hot gluing them all over the place (all of which you will get to see right here on this blog. :) ha ha
The leaf branches had little berries on them, too, which just made them all the cuter. See the berries?
Leaves
This is what I did with the twig wreath.
I took off the seed package stickers and hot glued the pretty Autumn leaves in their place. I didn’t even pull off the ivy.
This was one fast and easy project.
Autumn Leaves Wreath
Autum Wreath
Then I decided to do a collage with Photoscape (a free program).
collageleaf
Hope everyone liked this post! Thanks for looking…
What would YOU do with fake Fall leaves?
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12 comments:

  1. Absolutely love this, Linda. I especially like the simplicity. I think I'll join you in making one this weekend. So pretty. LOVE autumn.

    XOXO's,
    Marcia


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    1. Oh, Marcia, really? Great! Nothing is simpler than hot gluing stuff on a twig wreath. Seriously satisfying. Thanks for checking out these pictures. Linda

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  2. Beautiful wreath, and so simple, thanks for sharing!!!
    Paula

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    1. Nothing like what YOU do Paula with the quilling. This wreath took all of 15 minutes. Thanks for checking it out. Linda

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  3. I love how your wreath turned out! Cool that you make things that you can adjust with the season :) Thanks for linking up for WW!

    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

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  4. Making a fall wreath is one of those decorating projects that you definitely should accomplish. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Love the change! So festive.

    M :)

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  6. That's so pretty. I like to switch out my spring wreath to fall with leaves too. I also love to drape a garland of leaves over our hall tree by our front door.

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  7. You create the most beautiful things. I would love for you to share a post or two on our blog hop this week. I think my readers would love to meet you!

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  8. How cute is that?! I love it; it's so simple and yet so adorable. Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

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