Have I mentioned in the last, I don’t know, 30 seconds that I LOVE FALL!? Well, I do. I grew up in Southern California, where seasons are more of an anomaly than here in Arkansas (or Texas). Don’t get me wrong, the weather in SoCal is phenomenal- it’s mild all year. There is virtually no use for big coats, gloves, or long underwear.
But since I don’t live there anymore, I adore fall. It gets cool, the air is crisp, and nature puts on a big, awesome show.
So what better way to continue celebrating this lovely season than to decorate?
We haven’t had a wreath on our door since we have lived here. And that era, I decided a few weeks ago, was finally over.
I didn’t buy a thing for this project, but it would likely cost less than $20. Score!
I started with my basic woven wreath. Love the deep color and texture.
Then I hot-glued this letter onto it. Lots of glue.
The letter is a cardboard one from Hobby Lobby with silver “dots” (for lack of a better term) glued on. I made a few years ago and have typically just have had it displayed in the house in our china hutch. But I thought it would add a great personal touch as well as some bling.
It feels more like home now.