Day 6 of my 50 DIY Days: Maple Tree Seed Wreath DIY
Still one of my favorite wreaths. I shared this guy last year on the BHG blog and I felt like it needed some more love. It’s a DIY that your kids can help you gather materials for. Head to the backyard, or park, and find some pine cones, acorns, and maple tree seeds. Add to a felt covered wreath and you have a beautiful door decoration. Since you’re finding 75% of the materials you need for this project from the outdoors this DIY is very low cost. Yay!
Supplies needed to create the Maple Tree Seed Wreath:
- a collection of maple tree seeds
- 20+ small pinecones
- 50+ acorns
- 1 foam wreath
- about 1/2 a yard of teal felt
- hot glue
Head on over to the original tutorial on the Better Homes and Gardens blog.
Are you wondering what the 50 DIY Days is? Each year I share a bunch of holiday DIY ideas to inspire crafting during the Fall. Starting now, through early December, you’ll find a ton of great ideas to get you ready for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and any sort of holiday gift giving. You can check out this link to explore past DIY Days.
P.S. I am a paid contributor for the Better Homes and Gardens blog. If you create this project, I’d love to see it! You can share a link in the comments below, or tag me in Instagram with a photo, @thepapermama, and use the #papermamafriends hashtag.
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