I think I lost 5 pounds in sweat on Saturday.
Both of my kids had soccer games and the temperature soared to 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
It’s hard to get in the mood for fall decorating and crafts when it’s like that, but I am determined to invite fall to North Texas.
I found my inspiration in the freezing cold air conditioning at Hobby Lobby when I saw these little miniature grapevine wreaths.
The fall craft bug started to bite!
Even so, I didn’t have a lot of energy, so this craft was right up my alley.
I think this small start will get me in the mood for more!
-two packages of mini grapevine wreaths
-twine or other dark string
String the wreaths like beads on the string. Fan the wreaths out to make the pumpkin shape. Tie a knot. Use the hot glue to adhere the twig to the middle of the pumpkin. Add some Spanish moss. Done!
With my small display, doesn’t it look like cool weather could be approaching any day? Did you hear that Texas? Cool weather is supposed to be coming! I’m ready!
What’s the weather like where you are? What are you doing to get ready for fall?
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