Tuesday, September 3, 2019

simple leaf cookie cutter wreath DIY

Hello hello!

I have a really fun DIY project for you today which would be so great in your kitchen if you are decorating for fall. 

This simple leaf cookie cutter wreath could easily be made for any season by using seasonal cookie cutters. 



These are the exact cookie cutters I used. I bought 4 packages and had a couple left over. It all depends on how big you want your wreath to be. 

1- Start by laying them all out and coming up with a eye pleasing design. 




2- Add bits of hot glue between the cookie cutters to provide a temporary hold.



3- If you would like, take your wreath outdoors and spray paint any color. I chose white, but you can do any color you like! 

4-Once dry, use kitchen twine to attach the pieces where the hot glue was used. This will ensure a tighter hold.



5- For the final steep, use decorative ribbon at random places to pull it all together. I used a ribbon similar to this. 



Hang it up and admire your handiwork! 

I've been joined by some of my blogging friends who are also sharing their fabulous Fall DIY Wreath ideas. Just click on the links below the images to see how they created their fall wreath...




3 comments:

Cassie Bustamante said...

what a beautiful wreath and clever idea!

ashley @ the handmade home said...

Adorable Melaine!

ashley @ the handmade home said...

Adorable, Melaine! Love this sweet little cookie cutter wreath

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