Ahhh, the fall has hit New England! I can smell it in the air, I can taste it in the food, and I can see it on the houses and front porches of my neighborhood. Autumn is my favorite time of year for many reasons but one of the best is the chance to bring out rustic, warm home décor like the wreath I made today.
I wrapped a small wreath form with torn strips of muslin fabric and wrapped the main embellishment areas with some dark brown Burlap Trim for contrast.
I added tons of flowers to this wreath. My color scheme was a warm neutral with a focus on cream, brown, and light yellow. The top of the wreath features a cluster surrounding a large vintage beige Tu-Tu Tulle flower surrounded by a circle of cream scalloped trim.
I echoed the top cluster on the bottom, but larger to add weight to the lower half of the wreath. More flowers, including a Tulle Mum, Vintage Burlap Rose, Satin Scallop Edge Bloom, Felt Rose, and more. I also added a small bow with crocheted trim.
The Linen Mini Banner Pennant Pieces were too cute to not use on the middle of this project! I alternated them with Vintage Wooden Beading Spools and tied it around the opening with twine. I added another Lucky Star Wood Button and a Love Heart Charm to one of the pennants.
As you can see this wreath perfectly fits in with the rest of my fall decor and gives my mantel that rustic vintage charm that is perfect for the season.
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Maya Road products used:
- Mocha Burlap Trim
- Vintage Linen Burlap Roses
- Velvet Pleats
- White Felt Roses
- Vintage Beige Tu Tu Tulle Flower
- Frosting Tulle Mum
- Saffron and Cream Satin Scallop Edge Bloom
- Cream Scallop Edge Trim
- Linen Mini Pennant Banner Pieces
- Wood Mini Spools
- Lucky Star Wood Buttons
- Love Heart Charms