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Am I too late for a fall post? Don’t you think it’s crazy that fall has been there officially for almost a month? I meant to post this one way before but two things got in the way. One, the makeover of my master bedroom for the $100 Room Challenge that took all the month of September (you can check out the reveal here) and second, the exterior or my house was so dirty that I just couldn’t take a picture of my wreath without being ashamed!
Now, it looks a bit better. But I don’t have anything that says fall apart from the wreath and the pumpkin.
Do you also feel overwhelmed by all the front porch fall decor we see on the web and magazines? There’s no way I have time, money and space for all that! So don’t worry if your house looks like this, you’re not alone! 😉
How to make a fall wreath with mini terracotta pots
Last spring, I decided to use my grapevine wreath again to make a new wreath with terracotta pots.
I’ve used this grapevine base for two other wreaths before. A 15 minute Spring wreath and another fall wreath. I love how versatile the grapevine can be. It allows me to simply insert the stem of the flowers without needing to use glue.
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What you’ll need to make the fall wreath with mini terracotta pots
How to make the fall wreath with mini terracotta pots
This tutorial is only about changing the flowers that are in the mini terracotta pots. If you want the rest of the tutorial, please refer to the Spring mini terracotta pots wreath post.
The trick is pretty simple, just swap your flowers for fall looking ones. I also added some floral foam this time since it tends to be a lot windier during fall.
The flowers I used are the same ones that were in my fall wreath last year. I also picked-up some pine cones right in front of my house. So the only spending I made was for the floral foam.
You can see the difference. It does feel more autumn-ish don’t you think?
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I love to reuse things I already have. How about you? And if you’re wondering where I got my super nice wreath hanger, just follow this link to this super simple tutorial!
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