The Chevron Fall WreathChevron and Burlap?!
Yes it is true- my two favorites joined together to create one fabulous wreath. I think it might be my favorite fall decoration!
Make Your OwnWant to make one too? Here is what you need:
-About 1 yard of burlap
-.5 yards of chevron fabric
-18 inch straw wreath (no need to even remove the plastic wrap!)
-Decorative button for the flower's center
Get Wrapping-I started by covering a straw wreath with orange burlap. I used strips of burlap approximately 3 inches wide. I pulled them tight around the wreath and secured them with hot glue.
Glue a Yo-Yo-Then I used yellow chevron fabric (found on fabric.com) to make a flower. It is modified yo-yo flower, basically I folded a 3 inch strip of fabric in half and then pinched it together in folds. It is secured in the middle with hot glue and finished off with a bit of natural-colored burlap and a black glitter button.
Finish with a BowFinally I topped it all off with a big chevron bow on top!
I almost hate to hang it outside--but I really love the contrast of the orange, yellow and white against the black door.
Happy Fall Ya'll!
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For more ideas see my fall mantle here. And my super simple fall vignette here. I'll be back later this week with a great 'no-sew' table runner too!
Sharing my wreath at: Centsational Girl, Home Stories A to Z, Serenity Now, Tatertots and Jello, Positively Splendid, and Too Much Time on My Hands, the 36th Avenue.
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