I showed you my Fall front porch yesterday, and part of it is this easy 5 minute Fall wreath using scrapbook paper. Today I thought I show you real quick how I made it!
Who doesn’t have 5 minutes, right? I don’t have a lot of time with being back to work, but the other night, after work and after snuggles and fun time with my ladies, I still felt like doing something creative and whipped up this 5 minute Fall wreath using scrapbook paper and that was all!
I tend to buy sets of scrapbook paper just because I like the patterns and might use it for something creative, I don’t do scrapbooking. And I accumulated quite the collection over the years.
One thing I love about this rustic wreath that I got long time ago in Canada, is, that it can work each season! It looks lighter on this photo, but I didn’t spray paint it, it’s just the lighting.
Tip: Sinced they’re thin, layer the sheets of scrapbook paper and cut out a bunch at a time!
You can see how easy peasy and really quick this wreath for fall is, hey?? Once I had cut out the leaves, using my hot glue gun, I glued them on the side of my wreath and voila, that was all!
My front door is covered and when it rains it doesn’t get wet, so I don’t have a problem with the paper leaves getting ruined. But I’m sure this wreath would look lovely inside over a mantel or hanging on a wall as well.
5 minute Fall wreath using scapbook paper
And that’s my 5 minute Fall wreath using scrapbook paper! How are you decorating your front door for Fall this season??
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