I didn’t make a second wreath for September, instead I decied to use one I made back in 2013 (some of my blogging buddies may remember it.)
In honor of this first day of Autumn here’s a wreath that I made using broken pecan shells.
It’s little, about 6 inch in diameter. I used low temp hot glue and glued the broken shells on a wreath base that I made out of old paper. The ribbon is made with paper raffia.
I think the finished wreath turned out quite charming considering it was made with broken pecan shells. 😉
Life has been a way-off-track again. I need to take another break from blogging for awhile. I’ll be back when I can.
Take care & have a Happy Autumn!
September is a 2 wreath month. 1st post is; September Wreath (1). 🙂
Here’s why I’m making a ‘Wreath of the Month’ for every month of 2014.
That is beautiful!
That’s beautiful E.C. I love the rich brown hues. ♡
I like it! The design is one of a kind.
So pretty! Hope things will settle down for you – we’ll be here when you return!
That’s beautiful. But I hope you’re OK???? Come back soon. Please.
Love it!! No pecans to speak of here this fall. Wonder why? Too cold in the spring, or recovering from such a big crop last year? Take care ~ I feel like joining you. 🙂
This is a great idea for a wreath. Hope to see you soon!