A few weeks ago I wrote about how I took a broken Autumn Wreath and recycle it into a beautiful Fall table centerpiece using other items I had lying about the house. It was such a fun and simple project. The fact that I was able to update 2 centerpieces from Summer decor to Fall decor was a total bonus. My home is not cozy and warm without the colors and fragrances of fall and that's just what these 2 pieces added to my decor. I hope you enjoy!
As in previous blog posts, I love to share how you can take your seasonal decor and update it to create a whole new atmosphere in your home without having to run out and purchase all new items. Today, I am going to take our Beach Centerpiece from the Summer blog and transform it into an Autumn Centerpiece out of a recycled Fall Wreath. SO SIMPLE!! All in all, this project took me less than 15 minutes to put together. If it takes longer than that, I just don't have the time ;)
Here is the Spring Version..
1.As I mentioned in my previous post, I found an old wreath in my garage that I had not used for a few years. When I looked closer, I could see why my husband had sort of hid it out of site. It was a bit beat up and would not be suitable to hang on the door anymore in its current condition. BUT it had so many adorable little Fall details and beautiful rustic leaves and pumpkins, I couldn't just throw this beauty out. I HAD TO GIVE IT NEW LIFE with a simply DIY transformation.
2. I ripped the pieces off of the wreath and created the centerpiece below. See, Creating Fall Decor With Sparklefly Candles and a Recycled Autumn Wreath for instructions.
3. I took the took the leftover pieces to create the second centerpiece, using the serving platters I used in the Beach decor. I placed2 Pumpkin Spice Votive Tumblers on top and 2 Cranberry Spice Votive Tumblers on the bottom and filled in the spaces with the adorable little haystacks and decorative pieces. I also used some of the woodsy pieces from the beach set up to give it an earthy feel. Took less than 10 minutes. I LOVE this piece so much! It is right in my entryway.
Thank you Danielle DeRosa Photography for capturing the process so beautifully. XO