I love seeing things that people make from objects they’ve found in nature. One of my current favorite trends along these lines is the use of wood slices to make natural looking decor items. Here’s a gorgeous wreath that Laura of Finding Home put together using wood slices from a fallen birch branch.
Melanie from Find It Make It Love It shared this cute rag wreath for Fall at The Ribbon Retreat. You can make one like it with fabric scraps from your stash.
“I know we all can easily collect toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls-–especially when I order large amounts of TP and paper towels on Amazon,” says Maura at Happy Deal Happy Day. If you want to make a fun Fall wreath like hers, you’ll need to collect at least 30 toilet paper tubes.
I love this wreath made by Desiree of The 36th Avenue. Not only is it a lovely piece of Autumn decor, it’s made from upcycled materials!
If you have a mailbox, then chances are pretty high that you get junk mail. Left unchecked, all that junk mail can quickly stack up to an Everest-sized mountain. So it’s with great pleasure that I announce to you that Heather at Happy Chippy Junk has a fun craft project that will help you get through the rest of the year.
A friend of mine moved from a home with no sprinkler system in the yard to a home with a sprinkler system. Guess what she had a lot of? Hoses that she didn’t need to use, anymore! For anyone else in that boat, here’s a fun way to reuse hoses you don’t need anymore that comes from Jill at Create. Craft. Love.
Over at What’s Ur Home Story, Vidya has been trying to use up all her other crafting supplies before she buys anything new. This wreath was born out of the leftovers from many other projects.