DIY DROP CLOTH WREATH SUPPLIES:
- wire wreath frame (size of your choice)
- canvas drop cloth
I used a drop cloth I already had from a painting project and just cut around the paint splatters. 🙂 I cut 1″ strips that were about 12″ long. I then cut them in half, so I was left with multiple 6″ strips. Don’t worry about them being straight, perfect, or even. It doesn’t matter!Then just start tying on the strips until you can’t see any more wire. I knotted each strip only once and FILLED every section on the wire frame. I probably had about two hundred strips when I was done.The drop cloth naturally frays, so it can get pretty messy! At first I was going to work on different sections, but as I went along I found it easier to work on one section at a time. After an episode of the Real Housewives, my wreath was finished!I hung it in the center of my new Threshold Windowpane Frames that I picked up a few weeks ago during the Cartwheel promotion for 20% off each, plus additional 5% with my Target REDcard. Score! I have been wanting these FOREVER!I’m finally happy with this little corner of our living room. I’ve had my Threshold Metal Floor Lamp for about a year now and it is still one of my favorites. The plaid throw is also from Target and adds the perfect fall touch.The lantern and cotton stems are from Decor Steals and I plan on putting my newest purchase (a huge metal ladder) behind the chair as soon as it arrives. Its a #decorstealslife around our house! My chair is the TOV Devon Wing Chair and I purchased it from Wayfair. The pillow cover is from Pottery Barn.
This is the first year I have decorated for Fall and I’m enjoying it so much! I can’t wait to share more of the house with you all. What do you think of my first project? Share with me!