DIY Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall

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How to make a beautiful wreath for fall using a lambs ear and eucalyptus, faux pumpkins and buffalo plaid ribbon!

Have you started decorating for Fall yet?

I have!!

The interior of my home is decorated, simply – nothing over board, and I love it! …And we’ve been filling our tummies with yummy fall soups!

For the exterior of my home, I have declared that this year my Fall decor is going to be a little non-traditional. Rather than decorating with the typical colors of orange, red and yellow, {like in my pizza pan wreath!} I’m planning on incorporating pinks, mauves and maroons into my decor!

The exterior of my house is very colorful. Being an 1886 Victorian, we decided to liven things up a bit when we repainted our home after our lightning strike/house fire. So, because of that, the decor rules that generally apply, don’t apply to my house! Yay for being different and unique!

Because I have four exterior doors on my home, I have a lot of places to hang wreaths!! Woot!! One of my many favorite things about this house!

Using the different color scheme I wanted, I made a gorgeous wreath for my side porch door…and I’m loving it!

DIY Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall

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DIY Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall

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DIY Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall
DIY Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall

I love how it looks on my side porch door! It’s so cheery and fall like all at the same time!

DIY Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall
DIY Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall

Extra Bonus: Blog Hop!

Have you ever been to a Progressive Dinner? My parents used to participate in these with our church when I was growing up.

One home hosts the appetizers, then you move along to the next home for the main course and then the next house for desserts, etc.

Well, I’ve teamed up with some of my blogging friends in Thistlewood’s VIP group in a “Progressive Fall Decor” blog hop! We’re kicking off the party at Kim’s with a silk hand tied bouquet of flowers and moving along to Renae’s for her best tips on fall home decor ideas! We have over 20 participants and we’d love to have you check them out!!

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DIY Buffalo Plaid Lambs Ear Wreath with Pumpkins for Fall

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10 Comments

  1. Kimberly Snyder says:

    absolutely love the wreath! The addition of the lamb’s ear makes me want to reach out and touch it!! thanks for sharing! Happy to be hopping with you!

  2. So pretty!! I didn’t see where to go for the next part of the hop at the end, but I love this wreath!!

  3. Cindy Rust says:

    That wreath is perfect on your side porch door! Pinned!

  4. Misty Nichols says:

    Gorgeous wreath, thank you for sharing your creativity!

  5. Stephanie what a gorgeous wreath! I love you color choice!!! Happy to hopping along on this blog hop with you!

  6. Missy Noonan says:

    I’ve always loved lamb’s ear and this is a great way to show it in a wreath. Great tutorial! It was fun “hopping” with you! ~Missy

  7. Such a pretty take on a fall wreath! I have heard of the progressive dinner concept, but never done one. Sounds pretty fun!

  8. Paula@SweetPea says:

    You did a fabulous job creating a fall wreath to hang on your door. It’s gorgeous!

  9. This wreath is so pretty. Great job! Pinned

  10. Linda Johnston says:

    What a pretty wreath! I love the colors. Happy Hopping!

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