This old rake fall wreath not only celebrates the fall season, it's gorgeous AND easy to make!
Connie desired a fall wreath but chose to break free from the traditional round shape. She utilized an old rake head as her starting point, then embellished it with a few fall inspired things from around the house.
Elements of fall and all things rustic were collected and attached to the rake. A small grapevine wreath was even treated so it could be bent the way Connie desired. How cool!
While Connie chose to use faux leaves for this old rake fall wreath, you could even use real dried leaves, or flowers, or even think of different ways to incorporate different seasons with different yard tools. How about a shovel head for winter? Or a hoe head for spring? How fun!
This feature comes with a nicely detailed tutorial, from how to attach everything right down to how to soften a grapevine wreath.
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