So, I tried something different for my indoor wreaths. (Even after I said how I liked having a wreath with a simple item hanging in the center that could be easily changed for the season - haha!)
I used the orange satin ribbon from my Halloween trio and tied it horizontally. The small pumpkins are a find from Hobby Lobby last year, I believe. I didn't glue them down; just tucked them in the grapevine wreath. For this wreath, I printed 'grateful you're here'. It hopefully gives a welcoming feeling to those who enter my home as well as using a word that fits the season. This wreath hangs on my coat closet door close to the the front door.
I like to take the curly Qs from grapevine wreaths and and tuck them in as well to the felt pumpkins. Too cute! Use either adjacent curlys or cut some off.
I so wish I could link back to the blogger where I first learned that you could print on fabric just from your paper printer! But I don't remember and could not find it trying to search online. Sorrry :/
(I made this garland using the same printing technique)
Anyway... this is just plain ol' muslin fabric that I printed on.
It's easiest if you print your quote on regular paper, cut a piece of muslin and tape it over the printed quote and then send the whole thing through the printer manually.
*** caution, paper can get jammed, so be careful ! ***
And I think I used the bold feature on this print and not the other??
It looks darker. I think it looks better, so do that :)
For this wreath, I used a scripture from the Bible, Matthew 9:37.
It's not really in context here, but I was looking to use the word harvest.
I have this hanging on my pantry door.
I think it is a great way for my family to celebrate and be thankful this
for all our food behind that pantry door.
And really... all the 'plenteous' blessings we have been given.