Mini Pods Thanksgiving Wreath

Wednesday, November 14, 2012


This is a wreath I made last year, but since I am all about reusing (and so totally poor), up it went for this year's Thanksgiving decor. I love the fall-ness (is that a word?) that it brings into my home; it is simple both to make and to display.



WHAT YOU'LL NEED

1. Wreath form (I used a twine one that I already had)
2. A pack of mini pods (I found mine at Michaels)
3. Glue Gun
4. Ribbon

It's a relatively easy project. It is a little boring though. Just go around and glue your little pods to the wreath form, pressing tightly. TIP:  if you're watching TV or a movie while doing this project, make sure you look at what you're doing when using a hot like lava glue gun. Just sayin'.
Here's another close up for you. Add some ribbon and hang wherever your heart desires. 


You can hang it on your front door, or in front of a window or on the mantle. 
Here's mine one the mantle.


Hugs and many thanks,                                                                                                                       
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36 comments:

  1. Ohhh! I love it! So cute and fall-ish! You have done so many cute wreaths, I love it in the frame on the mantle. Pinning!

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  2. Absolutely Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing this.

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    1. Thank you so much. I hope you can stop by again for more crafty and thrifty projects.

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  3. there's nothing wrong with re-using a wreath :) I love this, especially with it next to the picture frame. Thanks for linking up at Glued To My Crafts

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  4. Juliana, I love this wreath! My blog is all about recycling projects from season to season and I'm right there with ya in the budget decorating department!!

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  5. This is great! I love those little pods for decorating. The color of the ribbon along with the twine is a very nice touch!

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  6. I love it! Nothing wrong with reusing - holiday decor gets expensive to buy/make!

    Stopping by from the Dare to DIY link party :)

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  7. I love this! I cannot wait to do this next year in my dining room windows! So happy that I found you through the Dare to DIY party!

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  8. Cute!!! I love that it's so easy and obvious but I never thought of doing it this way before! Thanks for sharing!

    Linking back from "Newly Woodwards"

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  9. Very nice project. I love the small pumpkins and the display on the picture frame is perfect. Love it.

    Thanks for linking up to Dare to DIY. I hope you have the chance to check out some other projects and link up to the party at one of our four blogs. Thanks!

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    1. Absolutely. Thank you for stopping by! It makes my day to get such sweet comments.

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    1. Thank you. I am glad you like it. I have a cute wreath coming for Christmas, so you should come back and check it out.

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  11. I love this! So simple but such a statement!

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  12. Oh this is so gorgeous! I love it.

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  13. Yours looks great on your mantel. I love your owl, too. I've been looking for one, but so far no luck.

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    1. I looked for an owl forever, and finally found one at HomeGoods for a good price.

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  14. What a beautiful mantel! The wreath is adorable--I love it! This project is definitely going on my to-do list. Thanks for joining in!

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    1. Oh my gosh...I can't believe you commented on my blog.It's like a celebrity noticed me. I love Maybe Matilda and have been following it for awhile now. Us crocheters should stick together:)

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  15. Ooo, this is pretty! I prefer "forming traditions" over reusing decor. ;) Thanks for joining the par-tay!

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    1. I totally love this - forming traditions. I am definitely using this term from now on. Thank you for stopping by.

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  16. Love! I pinned something similar from Pottery Barn, but the DIY version is even better :)

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    1. I can't believe that someone thinks that anything I make could compare to Pottery Barn. Thank you!

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  17. This is such a great wreath! And I love how you have it in the frame. Stopping by from Dare to DIY.

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  18. Wow! This looks totally amazing! Love it!

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  19. I love this! can't go wrong with little pods :) so festive!

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  20. That is so pretty! I love how simple and elegant it is!

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  21. Beautiful! And I love the yellow bow! I liked your hot lava glue gun tip. I've definitely burnt myself before while trying to watch TV. Mistake. Thanks for linking up!

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  22. This looks very elegant. The orange - yellow bow is fabulous! Love it's shine. Thank you for sharing it at our linky party at http://www.fineCraftGuild.com

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  23. This is such a cute fall wreath! I love it against the frame with that fabric. Absolutely gorgeous!

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  24. What a great alternative to larger pumpkins! It's such a beautiful wreath and great idea. I've never actually seen the smaller pumpkins, but will definitely keep my eyes open. Thanks for such great fall inspiration and sharing on my blog's link party last week!

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  25. I love this wreath! So fun and elegant. Loved and pinned. Thank you for sharing at MightyCrafty Mondays!

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  26. This is a great wreath, those pods are super cute!

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