Fall is right around the corner, and I am sharing a pretty Macrame Wreath tutorial today. Oh by the way, did you catch my monthly freebie yesterday? Click over now to get it while it lasts!
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Guys! Fall is one of my favorite seasons for many reasons.
- I can get my most favorite boots out. Isn’t that crazy that such little things make me excited, like digging boots out? I just adore my fall boots haha!
- I enjoy the weather in the fall, and I love to drink my morning coffee on my LOVELY patio more than ever on fall mornings.
- It’s a new season, and I can get on decorating and pillow shopping once again! 🙂
Yup, these are simple reasons to why I love fall, and there are many more on my list but let’s get to today’s topic.
MACRAME WREATH! FOR FALL!
I was invited to join a fantastic group of bloggers by Krista at The Happy Housie, and I jumped on it because I knew I was going to create something for my front door. I always do! You can see some of my favorite fall wreaths HERE and HERE. Who knew it would be a macrame wreath this time around? I was trying to make up my mind and do something original and voila!
Soon I was cutting my cotton cords and was making this pretty macrame wreath.
I wanted something different. I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you want to enjoy an excellent hour-long craft, this MACRAME WREATH is for you!
WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE THIS MACRAME WREATH:
- Cotton Cord 48- 4 ft. pieces
- Metal Ring ( I got mine at Hobby Lobby for super cheap!)
- 1-2 hours of free time
I made a quick video for you to see how you can do this project. I just thought it would be much simpler. Enjoy!
So what do you think?
Do you already practice macrame?
You can get caught up on BASIC MACRAME SKILLS from this post! If this is your first try, give yourself some time …you will get better and faster with practice! Then you will be addicted!
I easily embellished the wreath with turkey feathers and some fall branches but you can add mini pumpkins, leaves, tassels…YOU NAME IT!
Have fun with it!
I’m very excited to be joining a group of over 20 other talented bloggers who are also sharing a Fall DIY wreath tutorial with you! Hop over to see what my friends are sharing…
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