This idea to create fall wreaths is from a fellow teacher friend, Kyla. She saved me a lot of research time by suggesting this.
I can't do any DIY without knowing what I want the finished product to look like; here was my inspiration, from the one and only, Pinterest. Pinterest is the best for ideas.
Now I have ideas and supplies, which won't get me far if I don't know what I'm doing. Pinterest didn't give me much instruction, and I didn't want to read instructions by using the picture's links to blogs. I wanted to see a wreath being made! Where else would I go then to my trusty pal, Youtube.
Here is the Youtube video I intended to use, but I really just improvised, and went with my instinct. This "wing it" type of attitude is definitely not something I'm great at doing, but it was a nice change to be creative without boundaries or a how to guide. This method I would like to try again.
Luckily, I did this DIY with a friend, so I was able to ask her for ideas instead of watching a video. This provided some reassurance even though I was out of my comfort zone by going with the flow.
To document how I went about doing this, I used Fotobabble. Check it out here. If you’re not familiar with this tool. I’ve given it a review.
And, voila! I am obsessed with the final product.