I heart wreaths.
I have a whole Pinterest board dedicated solely to wreaths.
I still like my fall wreath from the last couple years. Although there was an unfortunate accident with it when the kid got a hold of it.
But, this fall, I was feeling that a little something different was in order.
Enter the Fall Rectangle Wreath.
So, really, I don’t know what to call the damn thing.
A fall rectangle wreath, a fall rectangle, a fall plaque, or just a fall door decoration.
I went back and forth ten times just with the title of this post.
So, call it what you will.
Whatever you call it, I will still love my fall whatever-it-is.
Here’s how I did it:
I went to Hobby Lobby and picked up a piece of white foam board, the gray patterned fabric, navy blue patterned ribbon, and the “cardboard L.”
I wanted my fall door decor to have fall colors, but I also wanted it to work well with emerald front door, thus the gray fabric and blue ribbon.
I started by measuring and cutting my fabric to cover the board. Then, I hot-glued it to the back:
I ran the navy ribbon just vertically down the sides of the board. I liked that better than going all around. It made it pop more.
I pulled out the cardboard “L” as well as some glitter pumpkins I had picked up from Michael’s last year and some faux leaves I had stashed away.
I decided the leaves would be best if they were spray painted gold. Imagine that.
I put some leaves and pumpkins in opposite corners of the rectangle, glittered up the L and placed it in the middle. I used the same navy ribbon to hang the rectangle.
How are you decorating your door this fall?
Like what you see?