Since we've had a cold front come through the deep south (Cold being a relative term, it's still in the 90's during the day!) I decided to start working on my Fall decor in preparation for our First Annual Pumpkin Carving Party in October. I saw this idea at A Little Bit of Everything and wanted to try one a little more neutral so I started with some linen type fabric I picked up from the fabric bin at the thrift store a few weeks ago and a wire coat hanger.
I began cutting the fabric into 1.5ish" x 7ish" strips. I wasn't precise because in the end, it didn't matter.
I bent the wire hanger into a round shape and twisted the wires together to secure my loop. Then I began tying the strips in a double knot around the hanger. Pretty high tech stuff here! I kid, I kid! Skills required... absolutely zero! It's so easy a caveman could do it.
The result, a warm and inviting wreath to hang on the front door.
When it gets a little closer to Halloween, I may attach one of my black birds (Is it a crow or a raven?) to the inside.
I love the way this turned out. It's super cute. Perfect for Fall and better than that, it didn't cost me one red cent and you can't beat free!
Linking up to these parties this week! Visit them for more great ideas!