I love finding ideas for projects on other blogs. I was so inspired by Lucy’s awesome wreath at Craftberry Bush, that I had to make my own version. I pretty much straight up copied it, and I love how it turned out. Thanks for the inspiration Lucy!
I cut a wreath form out of foam core, and used natural coloured coffee filters. I cut out the oak leaves from book pages on my Cricut machine, and found some moss covered twigs and a bird to add, similar to Lucy’s.
My new wreath was so pretty that I just had to redo my mantel to show case it, and when I considered redoing it, I couldn’t help but think how pretty my all white fall mantel turned out last year, so…I decided to do another neutral and white mantel this year.
I went on a search for white pumpkins. I found this sweet ceramic one, from President’s Choice, the others are real. I love all the different textures.
I relocated my glitter acorn garland to the front of the fireplace, where I think it really shows up nicely. See how-to make your own here.
I also scattered a few on top of the mantel. I love how they glitter, and that the oak leaves in the wreath relate to the acorns.
I really love the final result, and although the rusts, oranges, and reds of fall are beautiful, I think I might just be becoming more of a white for all seasons kind of a girl. Happy Fall!