Happy Saturday! It is finally beginning to feel like Fall. The weather is gorgeous today. My youngest and I went to a flea market, yard sales and a few consignment shops. I will post my finds later on today. Right now, I am going to show you my fall wreath. I found this idea at StoneGable. I loved her Raffia Wreath so I made my own version of it.
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I followed the same instructions from StoneGable. Most importantly, Leave the Plastic Wrap On The Wreath! All you have to do is gather a few strands of the raffia into a bow shape and pinch it in the center and secure it to the wreath with the floral pin. Continue this process while alternating the raffia horizontally and vertically on the wreath. I would adjust mine as I went along to hide the floral pins. After I had placed several raffia bows on the wreath, I would cut the loops open. On some of the bows, I would leave a few of the loops intact. Once you have completed placing the raffia bows around the entire wreath, you can trim up the excess raffia. You will have strands kind of all over the place. Once I trimmed it up, I added some dried wheat. This wreath is a more natural looking wreath. I like how it is not all neat and orderly!
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