The calendar says it’s fall………….
But, it’s 100 degrees outside and it’s a little difficult to feel the “frost on the pumpkin”,
but I’ll give it a try!
I decided to go with something different this year for my front door “wreaths”….
They’re really not wreaths at all…..
Rather, they are quilter’s hoops!
I purchased two oval quilter’s hoops, some white burlap, a wooden letter, a sharpie and flowers for adornment!
I cut my burlap into rectangles and traced around my wooden letter with a sharpie.
Then filled in the letter with a sharpie (I LOVE to color inside the lines!)
Once my letter was filled in, I positioned it on my quilter’s hoop, trimmed the burlap and hot glued it down on the back!
Next came the fun part……add flowers and pumpkins!
I decided to keep my colors rather muted for my early fall decorating! I always like to change things around for Thanksgiving at which time I’ll add some more burnt reds, rusts and oranges.
For now, I love the whites, creams and browns!!
It goes really well on my newly painted front door!
(Yes, I took the plunge and painted my double doors BLACK!)
Next, I will tackle the heat and “fallify” the front porch!!!
I think it’s only supposed to reach 94 degrees today!!!
Until next time……..
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