Happy Friday!

I am so excited November is here, this month is very special, its the month of thanks and being grateful. I mean we should all be grateful and thankful every day of our life but this month remind us that WE MUST! The month we gather with family, some traveling, from other states, countries just to be with us and of course we want our home to perfect. 

First, Let’s by gathering the supplies:

  • Paper – Paper of your choice – For this one, I am using – Paper pad- Crate paper Wonder.
  • Foam Wreath – I got this one from Michaels’s
  • Ribbon of your choice too -Michale’s
  • Hot glue Gun – A lot of glue sticks 
  • For the flowers- Leaves and cut files I used my Silhouette Cameo 
  • Chipboard Stickers



Next,  I covered the foam wreath with burlap, This burlap came in a 12 by 12 paper pad that I had from a long time ago. You can also buy burlap at Hobby Lobby or Michaels’s.

I used a Lot of hot glue to keep this together.  after, I went around the wreath with rope,  just for a little more texture and interest. 


Moving On, I started by putting all the leaves that I cut with my  Silhouette Cameo. I was looking for something with a lot of detail and I found.

Tribal fall Leaves. HERE  

Rolled Flowers by Paige Evans HERE


NOTE:  You don’t have to have a cutting machine, you can find leaves at Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, 99’cents Store, Dollar Tree. It all depends on your budget…

The Gold Leaves are by Maggie Holmes Flourish. Ephemera with glitter accents.  I got it HERE 


Alright, for the finishing touches I added Chipboard Stickers – This one by Crate Paper Wonder Also. I am sure you can newer collections that are as cute as this one. I was pulling things that I had in my stash. The bow at the top ribbon from Michaels’s.





Thank you so much for Stopping by. 
I created a YOUTUBE  VIDEO while I was doing this Wreath, my editing skills are not the best but practice makes perfect. Hope you enjoy. 

This wreath will help your home be more festive. 

Love Conny!

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