Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Front Door Welcome

A fall wreath for your front door is the perfect way to welcome the beautiful fall season.

I love autumn wreaths, the vibrant colors, and all the hues of the season, with sprinkles of nature peeking through. Here are a few that I have saved in my “idea” bank.

autumn1The thing I like most about this one is all the sunflowers. 

fall-wreath2And with this one, I really like all the fruit and berries….

bittersweet wreathBut I think this one is by far my favorite.  I {heart} bittersweet.  So simple and colorful.  Martha Stewart show us how to create this wreath, here  

autumn-wreathThere is so many elements of this one that I really like too, here again is my bittersweet, but my sunflowers are mixed in with it.  And I would have never thought to put my corn in the mix.  


wreath2 Wow, loving the Japanese lanterns mixed with the bittersweet.  Such a great punch of color.

We all know you don’t have to use a fall wreath on the front door, it makes a festive centerpiece for the table, by just adding some candles or a hurricane lamp or glass vase.The possibilities are endless.

Autumn-MSo what do you use as your centerpiece for the Harvest season?

I have a wreath that I need to rework…now I have some great ideas, if you really don’t know how to create a wreath, the video below will give you a general idea of how you can put one together.  Take a look!

Romans 15:7“Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God.”

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Tracey said...

Hi Cindy! I love all of your wreaths, so very pretty! I need to add some twigs and berries to my hurricane lamps...never thought of doing that!

So you use Windows Live Writer? Can you tell me how to change the background to white so I can see what I'm typing? Mine is set to a dark blue and I can't figure out how to change it.

Carmie of the Single Nester said...

I just made over my Fall wreath from last season (many last seasons ago) and I will be blogging about it next week. Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by.