With Thanksgiving being tomorrow I thought I'd share this easy project I made for my Thanksgiving decor. This DIY may be a little late in timing but it's so easy it's not too late to make for Thanksgiving. Just a few simple steps and a couple of supplies are needed to make a fun, quirky, unexpected Thanksgiving wreath.
You will only need 6 supplies to complete this project and most people already own everything on the list! You can subsitute a lot of the supplies for other items you may have on hand.
You will need:
A colorful array of cardstock (or construction paper)
Twine (or ribbon)
Double sided tape (or glue)
Scrap Cardboard (size depends on how big a wreath you desire)
Using a template, or freehanded draw out your feathers and cut them out. I decided on an all reds, yellows, and oranges for my cardstock to highlight the autumn feel of the wreath.
Step Two: Roughly draw out your wreath shape, this will all be covered up so it doesn't need to be perfect. After you've drawn it out to your liking cut the shape out. You're now ready to adhere the feathers.
Step Three: Using your precut feathers, begin taping or gluing them to your wreath shape. You can do this a variety of way. I decided to mix all the colors up, but you could do an ombre effect, use only yellows or reds, or whatever you think is most attractive. Just make sure that your feathers are completely covering the outside, and inside edge of the wreath.
Step Four: Tape the twine or ribbon to the back of your wreath to hang and put the wreath up on your front door, above the buffet, or over your mantle. Enjoy! big kiss, bekuh