Thanksgiving is right around the corner. So, now that Halloween is over, I’ve been busy with the quick change-over. I’ve stashed the Halloween-specific pieces. And, pulled all of the Thanksgiving-themed decor from the garage, including a flock of tiny ceramic turkeys, chalkboard signs, and of course, lovely fall wreaths. And this week, I am happily culling, editing, and updating my decorations in preparation for our annual Thanksgiving party.
While I will be busy creating vignettes and hanging rustic burlap bunting, the very first item I need to tackle is a new front door wreath.
Nothing shouts “Welcome!” like a lovely wreath on the front door. But, my bright red door limits my color palette a bit. So, I turn to natural elements for a chic and an oh-so-welcoming look.
Make your own fall wreaths
Rather than purchase a pre-made wreath, however, you can also make your own. Grapevine wreaths are an inexpensive base and are widely available at local craft stores such as AC Moore or Michael’s Crafts. They are also simple to personalize. Just add leaves, berries, ribbon, and decor items such as mini gourds, turkeys.
Whatever style wreath you choose, Thanksgiving is almost here. Give thanks!
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