Recycled Monogram Fall Wreath


Trying not to bore my neighbors with the same wreath from years past...

I disassembled my oldie but goodie.

That's the benefit of not gluing down your stems.

You can just pull them out and start over.

So fresh and new...well kinda 




After I removed everything from my wreath, I started over using my new monogram letters.


And the picking and sticking commenced...

No rhyme or reason.. 


I build it right there hanging on the front porch.

I have done it this way for years now.

No glue or wires to attach... just stick em' in.

They stay pretty good too ;)


Last year I did have to replace a pumpkin or too due to fading but that's it.



My letters replaced the larger pumpkins from previous falls. love






This will take me right to Thanksgiving...


My letters came from a small gift shop in a nearby town.

You can find them just about anywhere on line now.

If you sell em or have a favorite shop... let us know in the comments.

We would love to give you a shout out.


Hard to get your fall on when it's still so warm out but I'm trying.

A little candy corn always gives me the motivation I need lol..

xoxo Susie





15 comments:

  1. They look beautiful, Susie. Love the monogram combined with the fall pretties.

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  2. Susie, your wreaths are beautiful! I'm a sucker for anything with a monogram!

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  3. Loved them last year...still love them now! I really need to make a fall wreath for my front door, I've recycled the same one for about 5 years! What kinda blogger am I?! LOL I really do ♥ yours, you've inspired me. xoxo

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  4. Been trying to design one this year... Like you I just pick and stick. Easy to remove and redo :-)
    Luv yours!!
    Hugs, Gee

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  5. Beautiful wreaths! You always do the neatest projects - so creative. Love the pick and stick method.

    Judy

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  6. I loved this posted today because I had pinned your last year's wreaths and went this weekend to pick up all my supplies to create them! I'll do the letters next year :-) Thank you!!

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  7. very pretty,, now if the fall weather would just hurry up already. Im tired of this heat.

    debandjef87atgmaildotcom
    www.countryborn-n-bred.blogspot.com

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  9. Love your fall wreath. I'd like to give this one a try. Where did you get your bird feathers?

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  10. Very pretty....and I LOVE your double doors. LOVE them. Someday I hope to have some!

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  11. Beautiful Fall wreaths! I saw this over at the Southern Hospitality Linky Party.
    Marie@InteriorFrugalista

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