Funny story: I actually made the base for this wreath back in June with absolutely no intention of using it for fall. I simply wanted to make a sheet music wreath. After I rolled the sheet music & glued it all together, I wasn't super pleased with the middle area. It looked unfinished. So, I set it aside, waiting for an idea to spruce up the centre.
There it sat, in my craft room, all summer. Only this weekend did I get inspired with an idea. It was easy too!
I cut a circle out of corrugated cardboard & hot glued it on.
Then, I hot glued on the clothes pins.
And this is my favourite part: I clipped in the paper leaves (from Dollar Tree) & the letters which I cut out with my Cricut. The great thing is, after fall, I can switch out the leaves & "Happy Fall" for something more seasonal or something totally different!
It now has a proud home on my living room. I really like how it looks with the plum walls.
Yay! I'm excited that I was able to come up with a solution for something I wasn't sure would pan out.
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