31 August 2015

Six Autumn Wreaths

With Autumn just around the corner I wanted to share some Autumn Wreaths that you could easily make, and add to your front door, book case, patio, porch or in any spot that you desire. Wreaths look fabulous anywhere and are an economical way to add interest and texture to your home.


                                                              Natural Fall Wreath

I have included four of my own wreaths, these four wreaths had the top views over the past few years, the other two are included in my collection of wreaths on my
Welcoming Wreaths Pinterest Board, where you will find nearly 400 pins to inspire you.
I made this one last year using pine cones from Colorado and acorns from Texas.

It is simple and natural.




                                                              Tinywhitedaisies

Don't you just adore this natural wreath, so full and colorful.One of the many nifty things about it, is that it would take you right through Thanksgiving, without having to change a thing. I follow Tinywhitedaisies, her collection of photos are so inspirational and lovely.

                                                               

                                                          Fall Wreath Make Over


This Fall Wreath make over, was a top post, so I felt I should include it in the selection.
Part of the reason it was such a hit, is because I made it from a Fourth of July Wreath.
I think it is interesting to see what we can recycle and reuse.




                                                                   Stone Gable


Yvonne over at Stone Gable has Autumn inspiration for everyone, you will find wreaths, recipes, outdoor and indoor decorating tips and more.
Her style and resources will not disappoint.


                                                           

                                                         Burlap and Flowers Wreath


This was another popular wreath as well, I used florist picks, a straw wreath form and burlap
to make this for the Fall and Thanksgiving season.

                                                                       
                                                                 

                                                Burlap and Chevron Collegiate Wreath

As you know football and mums are big in Texas, so I sold these in my etsy shop last year.
They were a huge hit and I would customize them according to the college or pro team that
anyone wanted.  The letters were removable so that the wreath could be used throughout the Fall season.

I will be including Fall recipes,decorating ideas and recipes throughout the next few months.
I am also looking forward to participating in the upcoming Blogger Fall Tour.
It is going to be a wonderful treat for us all, so mark your calendars!

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Jemma's home is a quiet spot nestled among the trees. You might find me writing, reading, or puttering in my Greenhouse, tweaking a recipe, crafting a wreath or loving on my grands. Always living with a grateful heart.

43 comments:

  1. Jemma, all of these are gorgeous!! So many beautiful wreaths!! I'm glad that autumn lasts a few months so that I can change the wreaths around! ;-) I'm so looking forward the Fall Home Tour! Have a great day! Hugs!!

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    1. Good Morning Sweetie!
      I love wreaths too-and will be making more this week. Can't wait for Autumn to arrive!
      Jemma

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  2. just gorgeous!!!!

    and the set up of that blog tour, looks wise. a zillion blogs, all on one day, is a bit much. to try to visit and comment in.

    i don't dooooo them, but it is a lovely place, to find new blogs.....

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    1. Wreaths for each and every style here and on Pinterest!
      Just visit the blogs that catch your eye-no pressure, my dear:)

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  3. Such pretty wreaths. Hard to pick my fav.

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    1. Wreaths have changed so much throughout the years, it is always difficult for me to have a favorite too.

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  4. I've always enjoyed when you shared a new wreath you'd just made no matter the season. These today are all beautiful. I enjoy making wreaths myself but I have to admit the ones I made for our mountain house last year I just don't want to change them so I think I will enjoy them for another year...Looking forward to your tour....

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    1. Thank you Nancy, you have seen many of my different styles-I used to make deco~mesh and now I am more into the natural and burlap. I don't think you need to change your wreath, and if you wanted to spruce it up a bit, just refresh the one you have.

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  5. I've always enjoyed when you shared a new wreath you'd just made no matter the season. These today are all beautiful. I enjoy making wreaths myself but I have to admit the ones I made for our mountain house last year I just don't want to change them so I think I will enjoy them for another year...Looking forward to your tour....

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  6. My favorite time of year and I love your wreaths - you made it seem easy and I can tell you they are not. I especially love number two.

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    1. Sandie,
      You too have seen many of my wreaths, you have always been such an encouraging friend.

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  7. Oh, that second one with the pine cones and silky brown ribbon is my favorite! Beautiful!

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    1. Dewena,
      I too enjoy an abundant pine cone wreath, wondering if you will be making one?

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  8. Great inspiration!
    I've been working on my front door today. Such a nice time of year. :)

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    1. Stacey,
      It is such a nice time of the year, we are slowly but surely getting cooler!

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  9. These are so beautiful, Jemma! I have wreaths up all year long....just love that welcoming feel that they add. I'll be bopping over to check out your Pinterest board....I have one for wreaths, too!

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    1. Carol,
      You too, enjoy wreaths. They do add such beauty in such a soft and effortless way. I will take a peek at your Pinterest board too!

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  10. I have to say that the pumpkin one made me smile. It has the pretty orange and golden colors of Fall, pumpkins, leaves...... everything that this glorious season brings to us. And it says "welcome" to me.

    love, ~Sheri

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    1. Sheri,
      I thought the pumpkin wreath was so whimsical and fun. I hope you had the opportunity to pop over to Stone Gable Blog and see her creativity. You'll be inspired for sure.

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  11. Hi Jemma, love all these fabulous fall wreaths. Thanks for sharing and the great inspiration. I have all my tubs down and ready to start this week bringing in the fall, even though, we are still in the 90's LOL
    Still this is my favorite time of year. Have a nice evening. Hugs, cm

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    1. I am looking forward to seeing your Fall decorating! I know it will be beautiful. Now, if we can just beat the heat!

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  12. Love your wreaths! It is one of the things I love to make. I have used the same Fall wreath for years because I still love it. I will have to find a new place to hang the burlap and flower wreath I want to make like yours....love it!

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  13. I am in love with all of the burlap on these.

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    1. Burlap would be look lovely on your front door:)

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  14. I love making and decorating with wreaths. I have so many that I really need to quit making them but I just keep seeing new ideas and want another one. LOL

    Judy

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    1. Judy,
      I am the same way-too many wreaths just because we both enjoy the process of making them. That is why I have started to recycle them! LOL!

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  15. I love all of these and, boy, I need a wreath! The first one caught my eye and I want to give it a shot.

    Thanks so much, Jemma! :)

    Jane x

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    1. Jane,
      You are talented and creative, I know this, I see your gardening, decorating and cooking. A wreath will be easy peasy for you!

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  16. Good morning precious one! I love the ones with the burlap! Oh I wish I had time to make a wreath! Lovely ideas and now that your construction is well under way, you are going to have a BLAST decorating at least for Christmas! Happy happy day to you sweet sister!

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    1. Hello Dearest Sister!
      Burlap is so you! Perfect on one of your charming doors. Yes, yes the construction of our new home is moving along so well, so thrilled!

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  17. You're the wreath Queen Jemma! I was just thinking last night about wreaths and how I wish I had a 'wreath worthy' entrance. You know what I mean...those beautiful doors you see all over Pinterest? My 'front' door is a screen door that leads to our porch and it just doesn't cut it. But, I can live vicariously through you ;).

    xxx

    (Guess I better start including the Fall Tour lineup in my posts, not to mention start thinking about what I'm gonna do :/)

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    1. I think- I really like my new title the Queen of Wreaths! I'll take it for sure. Seriously, your cabin and front door scream wreath-a natural acorn and pine cone wreath would be stunning.

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  18. Awww. plenty of wreath inspiration. Love them all. I could sit here and look at many wreaths for hours. I love the creativity. xo

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    1. I can only imagine the sophisticated, glitzy, gorgeous wreath that will adorn your stunning front door!
      I am loving your decorating style:)

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  19. Hi, Jemma, visiting from Brenda's Cozy Little House - these are such great ideas for wreaths. I'm pinning some to my "Wreaths" board on Pinterest. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Mary

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    1. Mary,
      Thank you so much for dropping by and for pinning some of my wreaths, that really pleases me.
      I sure hope you have a chance to make one and if you do, please send me a photo, I know you just bought a new camera!

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  20. Hi Jemma,
    I love all of these wreaths but j'adore the burlap and roses wreath! I usually prefer fallish colors but this wreath speaks to me for some reason. LOVE, love it! Now I feel an urge to make a wreath and I thank you for the inspiration.
    xo
    Linda

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    1. Linda,
      Hi Sweet Friend! I normally prefer fallish hues too, but when I got the bug to make the burlap and rose wreath it just all fell in to place. We had a black front door at our previous home and the burlap wreath looked amazing framed by the black. There was a link to the original post, with a short tutorial too.

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  21. These are all beautiful, Jemma. While I'm not ready for fall emotionally yet, I am eager for the decorating! In mid-September I am taking an autumn wreath-making workshop at my favorite spot in all the world, Southern Exposure and can't wait to post on it!

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    1. Jeanie,
      Thank you and I totally understand how you feel about Fall. I would feel the same way if we didn't live in such a hot climate. But your studio sounds delightful, and with the Southern exposure your photos will be stunning as well.

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  22. They're all adorable! Thanks for sharing. I'm pinning for future reference!

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    1. Thank you for your visit! You are such a creative energy:)

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