{All Things Fall} :: Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath

Happy Tuesday!!!

Hoping all of my Canadian friends enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend with family and friends! Our turkey day spread was SO vast and delicious that we’re sure to be enjoying it for many days to come, even after splitting some leftovers with all of our friends!

We shared our Thanksgiving day with a truly wonderful group of friends. It’s hard to not feel incredibly lucky and thankful when you are surrounded by SUCH amazing company! Living so far away from our family, it’s meant the world to us to be sharing our journey with such amazing friends in such a wonderful place!

Even through a weekend away all of these Thanksgiving festivities, my quest to cozy up our home this Fall has remained on track. Setting out to share 14 days in a row of {All Things Fall}, I had no idea how much my house would be transformed, and we’re only halfway through this crazy journey! Our front porch and entryway are just so warm and inviting having been filled with all sorts of fun projects like this barnwood sign for Fall, my chalk painted mason jars with gold wax and one of my very favorite crafts of all, these shabby-chic pumpkins! If you’ve been following along with this {All Things Fall} series, you’ll know how much I’m digging all things neutral this Fall – I just love how easily I’ll be able to carry most of these Fall decorations right through the Christmas season too! Yesterday I FINALLY shared the Fall wreath I’ve got hanging on our front door, but today I’m sharing a wreath of another kind … this scrappy burlap & lace Fall wreath!
 
 
Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains #burlap #lace #falldecor #wreath
 
 
Feeling inspired by my burlap & lace garland, and needing to use up a few of the leftover scraps, I decided to put together this super quick wreath!

I started with a simple embroidery hoop and a some scraps of burlap, lace, and linen fabric cut to about 8 inches.

Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains
 
Then I simply started to tying the scraps onto the hoop with a simple knot.

Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains
 
I continued around my wreath like this stopping every so often to smush (seriously, how is that not a real word!) all of my knots closely together until the entire hoop was covered.

Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains
 
After tying a ribbon around the top, this pretty little wreath was ready to hang in our dining room!

Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains
 
I think it’s the perfect addition to our beautiful antique china cabinet from Brady’s Grandma!

Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains

Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains

Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath :: making it in the mountains
 
I just love the way it looks with my new burlap & lace table runner too!

Burlap & Lace Table Runner :: making it in the mountains
 
This was SUCH a quick project that I may just have to make up a few more to hang around the house this Fall!

Be sure to pop back tomorrow for one of my favorite Fall decorations yet! I promise you are NOT going to want to miss this one!!!

PS. You can find me sharing here & Savvy Southern Style.

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33 thoughts on “{All Things Fall} :: Scrappy Burlap & Lace Wreath

  1. Super cute! I have found wreath making to be a little addicting.. I have lots around my house.. not sure how many is too many but im sure Im getting close. 😉

  2. Popping over from Merry Monday! Burlap is everywhere now. My mom has been making burlap wreaths like it was her job. They’re ok… but I love this one so much more! The lace really softens it up. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I LOVE THIS! And it looks like a great simple project that I could do over the weekend! It is such a charming wreath! 🙂 You should join me on Tuesdays for the Celebrate Southern link up I host over at http://www.2catsandchloe.com for some southern-inspired posts. It’s still live today! You don’t have to be a southern blogger to join, this post would be a perfect fit! 🙂

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