I’ve been so excited to come up with some fall farmhouse porch decor ideas for Sixty-One Park and it’s finally time!
One of my favorite indoor/outdoor elements that Michaels Stores carries is the plain grapevine wreath. They decorate everything from our chicken coop to our ranch house and I started with one as inspiration for the farmhouse door wreath this year:
From the fall floral section at Michaels I collected floral stems in a muted color palette. Don’t be afraid to cut stems apart to get different pieces!
To make bows that are easy to shape I sometimes will create them in pieces:
I used a glue gun to layer materials, building a wreath one section at a time:
The finished Fall wreath:
This is a rustic frame I found at Michaels and I used a wood panel canvas as an insert. I spray painted the wood with chalkboard paint and used a chalk pen to draw the image:
I pulled pieces from my potting shed and mixed with various fall decor elements from Michaels as well such as lanterns, crates and floral stems:
I’ve accumulated quite a collection of pumpkins from Michaels over the years and I love that they can be reused each year:
Now it’s time to make it feel like fall! How? PUMPKINS of course! Michaels amazing assortment of craft pumpkins are available now to give all the areas in your home that cozy fall feeling. Shop the whole Michaels pumpkin assortment here!
I have so many more Fall and Halloween ideas from over the past few years….click here or the image below to scroll through them all!
Sandy Kornheiser says
I continue to be very inspired by all of your posts, because of your visual and recycling creativity, but even more so because of your beautiful outlook on life.
Congratulations to Brett and his partners on an exciting business in wonderful Bryson City. Best building makeover I have ever seen. The Federal Government owes Swain County 51 million dollars for the road to nowhere that was never completed. Some of that could be great if used to add more access to river. We absolutely love Island Park but it needs parking. Most people don’t even find Island Park. The beautiful river along the road into town could be a bigger feature instead of mainly hidden behind used car lots and other businesses. But we are thrilled to see beloved Bryson City continually growing more wonderful and you and Brett are a big part of it.
This is adorable and the wreath is easy to make. Hope you are doing great Ashley.
Linda Reed says
The porch looks very inviting. I like the wreath, perfect for the setting.
Beautiful! I love this and the color combinations.