A Weekend & A Quick DIY Wreath


This weekend, I embraced the fall weather and a few fall markets that popped up in our town.  The result was a beautiful and fragrant addition to my front door.  I love having a wreath on my front door, but I’m not a big fan of wreaths, they’re usually too cutesy or preppy or blah for my liking.  Earlier this year, I created a minimal spring wreath out of a simple and inexpensive grapevine wreath from the craft store.

For the fall, I wanted to revamp the DIY wreath with a big bunch of aromatic eucalyptus that I picked up at the market.  For a $4 bushel of euc, and a quick wire trick, the wreath turned out exactly as I wanted.  


Reusing the grapevine wreath season to season saves money but it’s also super smart.  The woody backdrop makes a fabulous foundation for any natural elements.  Just a few quick snips, a little wrapped wire, and we have a beautiful new wreath for almost nothing.

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It makes such a wonderful addition to my front porch and every time I open the door the eucalyptus wall wafts into the house.  It’s amazing.

Later this week, I have a stellar spiced cider recipe and a really beautiful DIY bench, so I’ll see you back here! Have a great week!

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