I’m quite smitten with my front door. It’s bold, teal and lovely. It needed a pretty new wreath on it for Fall, but I wanted the wreath to tie-in with my door’s teal-ness while sill saying “Autumn”. Behold, my vintage inspired and feathered fall wreath in teals, greens, a dab of burlap, and a rustic monogram. Say that ten times fast. Then, hang it on your door. (Scroll on down to the bottom of this post for 6 more handmade Fall wreath ideas too!)
This wreath is so eclectic, but it’s very me. I love the boho feel of the feathers, and the vintage look that the key, the burlap, and the distressed metallic “D” give the wreath.
I definitely love how it looks up against the colour of our door, and with the little golden “Hello” sticker I have on it.
To make this wreath, I bought the following supplies from Michaels (armed with my 30% off coupon!):
- oval grapevine wreath
- pre-pleated burlap ribbon (love this stuff, but you could also ruffle or pleat the ribbon yourself)
- a decorative metal key (from their dollar bins at the checkout line)
- 2 packages of peacock feathers (they come in pairs; I found them in the kid’s craft section)
- 1 package of pheasant tail feathers (2 per pack)
- 1 peacock plume pick (from the floral decor section)
- faux hydrangea in deep teal
- faux mums in lime green
This was a very simple DIY. I first arranged everything without gluing it to see where I wanted everything placed, then I carefully took all of the elements off of the wreath and glued them back in their spots with a glue gun. Little C helped me choose spots for everything; my 5 year old has quite the eye!
I wrapped a few inches of the wreath on the left with the burlap ribbon, and glued the key over top.
On the right hand side, I placed the large teal hydrangea off-center, glued feathers in a pleasing arrangement around the flower, and glued some of the green mums around the hydrangea to balance it all.
I strung the galvanized “D” from the top of the wreath with string, and voila! My vintage inspired Fall wreath is finished and ready to greet my guests (and me).
Want to see 6 more DIY Fall wreaths that are super unique and inspiring? Please visit these posts from my fellow blogging friends:
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