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  1. Hey Jen, I love this wreath so much! I’m featuring it in my weekly newsletter tomorrow 🙂 Happy weekend!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      You are the best!!! Thanks, friend!!

  2. This Fall wreath is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing how to make it. I want to make one for my front door. Great Job.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks so much, Meagan!!

  3. So pretty, Jennifer!! I LOVE all of the natural elements you used to create this. The textures on your wreath are just gorgeous. Amazing job, pinned!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks, Rachel!! It’s my whole vibe for Fall!!

  4. Gah! This is gorgeous, my friend! I love the mix of wheat with all of the dried grasses.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks, Jen!! I’m loving all the natural elements this Fall.

  5. I’m loving this wreath. I’m a huge fan of natural elements in home decor.


  6. GEAT Job! Have to admit I’m getting wreath tired BUT I really loved this. Great use of color and texture and the perfect base! Enjoy all of your posts! Happy almost Fall!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      I know what you mean, Barb!! I like to mix it up on my doors too!!

  7. Absolutely stunning! All of your wreaths are so beautiful! Happy Sunday!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks so much, Renae!! I really love making them!

  8. Jennifer,
    That turned out so good. It’s stunning and looks like a 100.00. Or more. Great job. I’m going to share a link next Sunday!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      You are the best Rachel!!

  9. You’ve created another pretty wreath! Love it!

    1. This wreath is just perfect for early fall decor. It is so great to be able to save alot of money and make your own wreaths and such fun too. I like taking apart my old wreaths and redoing them. This weekend I am working on a harvest fruit wreath with apples, pears,grapes and figs. All faux and on an old grapevine wreath I had. For a filler I am using some blue/grey eucalyptus. So far so good. Thanks for all your inspiration.

      1. Jennifer Howard says:

        Ooooh, that sounds gorgeous Kathy!! Making wreaths is one of my favorite things to do!