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It’s officially fall so that means it is time to get my autumn decor out!Lately I am drawn to more neutral seasonal colors, as my holiday decor has become more minimal. Stepping away from what is thought to be more traditional colors also allows me to use the decor all year long if I desire.
So, today I share with you my simple, goes-with-everything Fall Tassel Hoop Wreath.
Minimal, yes. And a little bit modern meets Bohemian meets farmhouse. Whatever you want to call it, it reads simplicity and I am loving it.
I followed my own easy tutorial for DIY: The Easiest Embroidery Floss Tassels using black thread, wood beads and jute twine.I stained my hoop wreath with antique wax just like I did with my DIY: 10 Minute Easter Hoop Wreath.I added a touch of faux greenery attached with floral tape for a natural feel.
Finally I added some burlap ribbon that I had sitting around for a casual, rustic feel. There is something about burlap that feels so fall-like to me.
I have myself a fresh and simple statement that I can hang anywhere in my home. The beauty of the simple wood silhouette shines and the stylish black tassels offer a funky feel to the wreath.
Paired with some fall goodies like pops of orange pumpkins, it takes on a seasonal flair, but is also equally welcoming year-round on a hallway door.
What is your decorating style this fall season?
Shop this post and make your own Tassel Hoop Wreath.
- 6 inch embroidery hoop
- antique wax and paper towels for applying
- green floral tape
- faux greenery
- burlap ribbon
- embroidery floss
- jute twine
- wood bead
If you make your own fall inspired tassel hoop wreath, I’d love to see it! Tag me on social media @olivejudeblog and show me what you’ve created!