“Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons.” ~Jim Bishop
If you know KariAnne and/or her blog, Thistlewood Farms, then you know exactly which wreath I’m talking about. And if you don’t know about her blog, by all means pop over here and meet her!
I had this wreath, along with a few others, just laying around waiting for me to do something with it. I finally went to Hobby Lobby and bought two packages of wood slices that I needed to make this wreath. For everything you need and how to make her adorable wreath, just click here for all the information.
I just thought I would share my little hot gluing station, which happens to be on top of my good Canon printer. The gluing probably took the longest time, but otherwise its easy peasy.
On a side note, the candy corn that’s in my lantern is older than old. I store it in a sealed bag and use it from time to time. It’s strictly for looks and not for eating, for obvious reasons.
Fall at our house calls for wheat and antler.
And a few pumpkins! The black and white glitter polka dot and the all black pumpkin came from the dollar section in Target.
And in case you missed it, the tutorial for my khaki buffalo check pumpkin I painted, can be found here. It’s easier than you might think.
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