November 21, 2016

Fall Burlap Rag Wreath

I love a good burlap wreath, especially a burlap rag wreath. So a few years ago, I put together a burlap rag wreath, and each year, I change it up a bit. Recently, I took everything off the wreath (except the burlap, of course) and created a new, simpler fall wreath.
This wreath previously had our last name in big wooden letters, flowers, a birdhouse... ♫YOU NAME IT!♫  I stripped all those items off.

I attached 3 large flowers, a couple orange cattails, those yellow berry thingies, and two glitter leaves to the bottom of the wreath.

I decided that I wanted to have a couple pine cones dangling from the wreath. But how was I going to attach them? Hmmm... I remembered I bought some chevron burlap recently, and I cut a strip, folded it, and glued it. Then I tied it onto the wire frame wreath.

Then I hot glued the pine cones to the ends of the chevron burlap strip. Since I folded it, it looks like it's striped instead of chevron, but that's okay.

Ta-Da! My burlap rag wreath is revamped and hanging on my front door.

Fall is almost over, and Christmas is just around the corner, so stop by again really soon to check out the Christmas wreaths I've made!


  1. I love the addition of the pinecones! I often re-use my grapevine wreaths by pulling off all the old decorations and giving them a new look too. Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Hello Fall Party. Pinned.

    1. Thanks! I love including pine cones in my wreaths when I can!

  2. Burlap and pine cones are perfect for a rustic fall wreath!