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Did you see our round up post of last week’s Thanksgiving Turkey cupcakes? As we are still in the Thanksgiving mood, I thought I would steer away from the food this week and take a look at some awesome Thanksgiving wreaths.
There are so many to choose from, so it was quite hard to put a selection together, but I did my best to narrow it down to just five for you.
Each of the wreaths here has a fantastic tutorial to follow. Head on over to the blogs so that you too can make an awesome Thanksgiving wreath. For now, sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s selection.
Let’s start the week by looking at this Thanksgiving wreath by My Three Monsters. I love the simplicity of the wreath with the inclusion of the pine cones and the burlap rosettes. They work beautifully together and are prefect for that fresh fall feel.
If you are looking for an easy to make, but awesome looking Thanksgiving wreath, then you should check out this wreath by Hip 2 Thrift. I love how it doesn’t need a lot of materials is something that can be put together without too much crafty expertise. It’s a great one to give a try if you are not sure about your craft skills!
I absolutely love this burlap fall wreath by Love of Family and Home, it’s so fresh and inviting. The natural colours are so calming and I love the rustic nature of burlap fabric, teamed with the pop of colour from the adornments.
Would you like a vibrant and fun Thanksgiving wreath? Look no further than this deco mesh turkey wreath by Crafts n Coffee. It would certainly put a smile on visitors face to your front door don’t you think?
To finish off the week I thought I would add this Tulle Turkey Wreath by Occasionally Crafty. I thought it was super cute. Do you agree? If you would like to know how to make a tulle wreath on a budget then this one is for you.
Have you ever made a Thanksgiving wreath before? If you had to pick just one of these to make, which would it be? I’d love to hear your thoughts, so please share below.
Of course, if crafting is just not your thing, but you would love a wreath to hang up this year, you might like one of the following:
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