Using a frame is a super easy way to decorate for Halloween and Fall. This Black Crow Frame Wreath can be hung indoors or on the front door if you have a covered porch! I don’t think it would last long exposed to wind and rain!
Today, I am participating a Autumn Tour Blog Hop with some wonderful home bloggers I met at this years Haven’s Conference. We have all stayed connected and are sharing projects from the season. Be sure to check out some of their creativeness too! You will find links at the bottom of this page – click the photos to see all the projects!
I found this old frame last year at Goodwill and gave it a good coat of cream spray paint. All the carved detailing caught my eye, but the multi-color finish wasn’t so pretty. Earlier this year I used it to decorate for Valentines Day and created this Valentine Heart Art!
A few years ago I bought these black crows at Dollar Tree, but they are easy to find at many other stores these days. I also had these black bendable branches from Pier One that I bought in a few years back.
Simply bend the branches to the side, spreading them out, and wire on the crows. Then wire the branches together.
Use a strong glue to glue the branches to the frame. Hot glue was not strong enough for this job!
Tie a pretty orange ribbon over the wire for a Halloweenish contrast! It’s a nice twist on typical Halloween Decor!
As I mentioned above this is an Autumn Tour with Seven Quick & Easy Autumn Decorating Ideas. Click the photos below to see how to create each of these wonderful Autumn projects!
Hope your day is creative!
Linking to these wonderful parties!