I know it’s not Fall yet, we’ve got a couple weeks to go. In reality, we have months before it’ll feel like Fall in South Texas.
But, I’m from the North (Michigan) and I remember what September feels like.
The mornings are cold and crisp.
The leaves are turning red and golden in color and it feels like the season is changing.
Here in San Antonio, September means we get a break from 100 degree weather and we can comfortably enjoy the high 80’s – 90’s outside.
Yes, it’s still hot, but, this Northern girl can dream, right?
Anyway, I’m grateful for the breeze and less humidity this month and I’m still acting like the season is changing even if it still feels (and looks!) like summer outside.
I went ahead and scoped out a few easy Fall wreaths you can make this weekend. If you like DIY-ing and are ready to decorate for fall this post is for you. You’re welcome 😉
3 EASY FALL WREATHS
Head over to Debbie’s blog and check out how easy this wreath is to make. Ya just tie it, like a tie blanket! Might be a little tedious but I really like the look.
Okay, so this wreath is gorgeous. At first glance it may look difficult or complicated to make but, Laura shows just how easy putting this lovely thing together can be.
I feel like Hobby Lobby is gonna be getting a lot of my next paycheck!
I really love how bold the colors are in this easy- to- make wreath. This one’s probably best if you’re on a budget. I read the flowers are from Dollar General and the foam they are pressed into are from Dollar Tree.
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So are you a DIYer when it comes to home decor? Or would you rather buy a ready-made wreath? Let me know in the comments
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