I was dying to see how it looked on our yellow front door! I love all the colors together. I have a few more plans for our porch this Fall, but that will have to wait for another post. So how about you, have you started any Fall projects?
Fall Felt Leaf Wreath
August 30, 2012 by 40 Comments
Well, hello there.
Can we discuss my favorite of all favorites?
The best season of all?
The season where the air is crisp, the colors are warm, and the sun glistens like gold everywhere you look?
Oh yes, indeed Fall is almost here.
I thought I would kick off the season with a fun wreath full of the glorious colors of Fall.
I honestly can say, I am always so inspired when Fall comes around.
My adjectives become bigger in the Fall. Everything becomes glorious, glistening, or glowing.
My food consumption for Fall turns into everything pumpkin, pumpkin & more pumpkin.
My clothing typically can reflect the hues of turning leaves paired with a stripe.
(Remember I came out of the womb loving stripes.)
My car naturally turns into every flower market and/or pumpkin stand in a 50 mile radius.
I’ve even trained my husband to now think this way. God love him.
So as always, I turned to my favorite felt fabric & made the leaves from this die by Accuquilt. Or you can use these templates to cut by hand. I hand stitched the vines on each leaf, which was the most time consuming part, & wrapped yarn around a wreath form while I was watching TV the other night. I pinned the leaves to the yarn wrapped wreath & presto my first inaugural Fall craft of 2012 was done. ;)