The crisp fall air has begun in my neck of the woods so I thought I’d start off my September posts with 1o Fabulous DIY Fall Wreaths.
These fall wreaths are easy to make and showcase the best of autumn, all in their own unique way.
If you make your own fall wreath each year, would you make one of these?? #3 has me intriqued…I’ll let you know if I make one.
Check them out – 10 DIY Fabulous Fall Wreaths.
- Autumn Coffee Filter Wreath by Hometalker Lisa D
2. Rustic DIY Fall Wreath by Crafts Unleashed
3. Easy Copper Scouring Pad Wreath – find tutorial at All Free Christmas Crafts
4. Fall Antler Wreath from Twelve on Main
I used an antler for a Christmas door decoration during My 12 Days of Christmas 2016, check it out here
5. Paper Fall Wreath with free printable from i heart naptime Continue reading 10 Fabulous Fall Wreaths- DIY-September 2018
Edible DIY Pretzel Wreaths
Here is a cute and delicious idea for Christmas. These can be made and given as gifts or hung on the Christmas tree. I plan on storing some in an airtight container until Christmas Day and then my family and friends can pick an ornament from my tree that is edible and delicious.
For these pretzel wreaths you will need 9 small pretzels for each wreath, melted chocolate chips to adhere the pieces together and candy of your choice for decorating. I used M&Ms and colored sugar.
Lay your pretzels out on parchment or wax paper (to catch the extra chocolate and sugar, this could get messy) to the size you want, like I said I used 9 pretzels in total per wreath, 5 on the bottom and four on the top. I dipped each of the bottom pretzels in the melted chocolate and placed on the parchment paper in the shape of a wreath. Then I dipped the 4 remaining pretzels and placed them so they would overlap the bottom layer. While the chocolate was still wet I added my candy and colored sugar. Continue reading Day 11 – Edible DIY Pretzel Wreaths