Take it on Tuesday: Fall Leaves Wreath

Hello! I know I promised to reveal my wreath yesterday, but sometimes real life trumps blogging. In this case, “real life” meant going to our bi-annual Library sale and picking up a bag full of books for $5 and correcting Chemistry tests.


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Fall Leaves Wreath

This has been the easiest wreath I’ve made yet. If you have been reading this blog for awhile, you will know that wreaths are usually time consuming¬†(Moss Wreath)¬†for me, and sometimes even fail.


Well, I had seen Nest of Posies’ Fall Felt Leaf Wreath and instantly fell in love!! I thought about varying the wreath slightly, but I just love everything about it! The bright colors, the shape of the leaves. I had to have one of my own. Here is a picture of hers:



I actually went out and bought the materials. The wreath base was on sale for $2 at Hobby Lobby!! Felt is pretty cheap and the yarn I found in the clearance section for $3! The yarn is so soft – I need to make something special with the leftovers!



I kept the plastic on this wreath, then started wrapping the brown yard around the wreath and secured with scotch tape. I only wrapped half of the wreath.



I used a template I found online at Enchanted Learning (it’s what Nest of Posies refers to) and traced the leaves onto the felt and cut them out. This is what took the most time. I arranged them around on the wreath to make sure I like the colors I chose and to make sure I had cut enough. 12 did the trick:



I took 4 strands of colorful thread and sewed the stitches on the leaves. I love how colorful this looks!!


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