Design, DIY

the one with a new fall wreath

Welcome back for another addition of fall week! Today I’m going to give you the quick run down of how I made the wreath on our beautiful, happy, blue front door! (which looks incredibly lighter than usual)

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  It was super easy and quick, and I love how the darker blues, oranges, and abuergine accent the door to make it scream FALL!

I simple took a pool noodles and bent it into a circle -using duct tape to keep the ends together. Then I covered everything with the burlap ribbon from this etsy shop and held that in place with small dabs of hot glue.


I finished everything up with some fake flowers and berries from the dollar tree. For those, I cut the stems off, stuck the top of the back into the Styrofoam, and hot glued around the edges.

there you have it my easy, peasy, blue, orange, and aubergine fall wreath! What’s your favorite thing to decorate for fall with?


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  • Reply Julie V. (@SomebodysDinner)

    This is cute, Bex!
    I just made my first pool noodle wreath, so it’s fun to compare. I like your colors, although I’m having a hard time believing your door is blue! Okay, I’ll take your word for it.
    Thanks for suggesting a wreath made so inexpensively.

    September 25, 2014 at 12:16 pm
  • Reply Leslie

    CHEVRON! I love all things chevron, haha. This so so cute! I love it! I need to make a fall wreath, I don’t see things slowing down anytime soon though. Thanks for sharing!

    September 25, 2014 at 2:12 pm
  • Reply Sarah @ 12 Twenty Seven

    This is a”door”able! Sorry, couldn’t resist! I love that you used a pool noodle to create the form–that is genius!

    September 25, 2014 at 10:09 pm
    • Reply Bex Stark

      haha! I love it

      September 25, 2014 at 11:39 pm

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