I had a straw wreath that I had acquired for free as a yard sale leftover. I used some scraps from the pants of the Homemade Faux-Vest Vampire Costume, and wrapped strips around the wreath form. I left the straw with the plastic covering on and just used straight pins on the backside to attach the fabric.
Fall Decor. I decided it would make a pretty awesome element in my Halloween wreath ; ) I attached it to the left side on the back, with a little hot glue and some straight pins in the bottom corners. It's close to the side so that one branch is pinned on the very end, too. I layered the second part that was used to make it stand up, so that you couldn't see the slots anymore.
It still felt like it was missing something...the next day I went back and made a mini pennant to hang across the top. This printable Spooky Pennant from Paging Supermom was perfect, because the template has a cover page with a mini version! I just printed page one, cut it out, glued it onto some more ribbon, added a pennant on either end in the same black and white polka dot paper from the flowers...and attached it with straight pins on the backside of the wreath. So fun! I think I'm getting better at this ; )
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