This beautiful and inexpensive wreath was made using leftover tulle from a local girl scout parade float. It’s never too early to teach kids about recycling and repurposing. Look what beautiful decor was made from what would have otherwise been trash. My daughter knows that any left over plastic container will be reused in our house. They’re mainly used to store loose craft odds and ends but that’s another story.
Take a styrofoam wreath and wrap the tulle around, securing it with straight pins. Add a little brown and green tulle for leaves and a stem. Tie a burlap ribbon, add a little raffia, and voila! You’re finished before you know it.
I hope you enjoy this pumpkin wreath craft as much as I did!
Gorgeous, simply gorgeous. I wish I was crafty…even a little bit. Thanks for sharing your creation!
That is so pretty and something I would love to hang on my wall or door!
So cute! Pinning!
Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful Pumpkin tulle wreath with Foodie Friends Friday party this weekend. I’ve pinned and shared. We look forward to seeing you again soon with another great post.
WHAT! That is so simple I can hardly stand it. This is so cute! I am in love and going to do this! Thanks for sharing!
Ashley, this is just too cute! Very fun, festive and looks easy to recreate. I’m so pinning this! Thanks for joining in our #PinUP Pin Party! We love having you join in.. hope to see you again, there’s a new party every Friday