One of my favourite things to make this autumn was these foraged wreaths. I had an idea that sunflowers might look really beautiful dried, and I am so happy with the result. These wreaths with the dried grass and Russian olive look exactly like the streets in my neighbourhood.
My Russian Olive wreaths were so popular I couldn't keep them in stock longer than a month. The trees are all bare (or at least very sad looking) now that we're nearing winter, so I won't be able to make any more until next year. If you wanted some of that beautiful silvery foliage on your wall it is featured in these wreaths as well. There are only two of them left though, so you'll have to act quickly if you want one!
I also had an opportunity to make a really beautiful one of a kind autumn forage wreath with some of the extra odds and ends I gathered (rose hips, sunflowers, maple leaves, dry grass, and yarrow). It turned out so beautifully and sold right away! I was blown away by the response to it. I'm so glad that people are liking the things that I make!
If you are interested in purchasing an autumn forage wreath, there are two available in the shop!