There’s nothing like a new wreath to usher in a new season! I first started seeing burlap wreaths on Pinterest, and then when The Nester invited bloggers to make a wreath and post it in September, I knew I had to try to make one.
It was really pretty easy. It takes a little time though, so I suggest inviting over some girlfriends and catching up on your favorite mindless television!
Here’s what you need:
1 yard burlap (I used 1/2 a yard of cream burlap and 1/2 a yard of green burlap)
1 12-inch foam floral wreath
Push pins and scissors
Fold the burlap, first bringing opposite corners together, then fold the outside corners in, making a little bubble. Then start pinning to the wreath. I made two rows of green and two rows of cream. Just start from the inside and work your way out!
I hung mine with a ribbon I found in my gift wrap stash, but I thought about hanging it without a ribbon.
What do you think? I love it, and might have to make another! And seriously, check out the wreaths over at The Nester, they’re amazing!