I had to lean it against a window since I have no door to hang it on yet! Maybe next week :)
I got the pumpkins at Michaels for $1.50 a bag, for a total of $6 for 4 (after coupons). The moss is from a $1 bag from the Dollar Tree. The straw wreath form and ribbon are from Hobby Lobby for $2 each (after coupons). So a total of $11.
Not bad considering the inspirational Williams and Sonoma wreath is $99!!
I would also like to point out that hot gluing bits of moss down is HOT! My poor fingers. It's also tedious, it took me a few minutes to get the pumpkins on, but an hour to finish up the moss.
And yes since I stupidly picked un-wired ribbon, I had to have my Nana tie the bow for me :) Bow tying is a lost art I tell you! I can do it if the ribbon is wired but I can't do this type of twisty bow at all, sorry I can't tell you how!
It wasn't hard though, just hot glue the pumpkins down and then glue the moss in around the pumpkins so they're all nestled in. Leave a space for your bow and then go beg your Nana to tie it for you haha.
I did this while watching the Big Bang Theory, hence the engrossed look.
I tried to do a random pattern the whole time, it messed with my OCD for sure.
Ta Da! I'm pleased, it only took a few weeks ha :) Also, check out my Nana's sexy cherry hardwoods!
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