10 Simple DIY Pinecone Fall Decorations You’ll Love

10 Simple DIY Pinecone Fall Decorations You’ll Love
Pinecones are often considered cool for winter decor but what about fall? They look great in fall arrangements, too! Pinecones are super easy to clean and preserve, this is a perfect material for decorations of any kind. Place them into bowls with candles, pumpkins, vegetables, decorate them in fall colors and just gild them –... 
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10 DIY Burlap Fall Wreaths For Cozy Rustic Decor

10 DIY Burlap Fall Wreaths For Cozy Rustic Decor
Burlap is a great-looking yet budget-friendly material that is just a symbol of rustic decor style, so it’s perfect for fall. Rustic fall decor makes any space cozier, cuter and more inviting. Today i’m sharing some burlap fall wreaths tutorials, and I’m sure that you’ll love them! Just take some burlap and cover the wreath... 
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12 DIY Pumpkin Wreaths For Fall And Thanksgiving

12 DIY Pumpkin Wreaths For Fall And Thanksgiving
Pumpkins are a super popular symbol of fall, harvest, rustic coziness and of course, Thanksgiving. As the fall is almost here, it’s high time to incoprorate a couple of pumpkins into your decor, both outdoor and indoor. Today I’ve prepared some pumpkin wreath tutorials to rock both indoors and outdoors. Ah, it’s so amazing to... 
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20 Scary DIY Halloween Wreaths That Wow

20 Scary DIY Halloween Wreaths That Wow
A wreath is perhaps the most traditional and easy decoration for any season or holiday; you can decorate almost anything with it – from the front door to the stairs or mantel. Today we’ve gathered some cool DIY Halloween wreaths that scary and excite at the same time. Skeleton and skulls wreaths are rather popular... 
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DIY Halloween Glitter Skull Wreath

DIY Halloween Glitter Skull Wreath
Getting ready for Halloween? We’ll help you with this easy and very cool wreath! Youll need styrofoam mini skulls, 16.5 gauge rebar tie wire, hot glue, a gun, ribbon. Cut a 3′ length of wire and begin adding the skulls by pushing the wire through the styrofoam. You’re going to want to insert the wire... 
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