The title pretty much explains it all. This “wreath” started as a dustpan. I was helping to clear out my cousin’s grandfather’s house after he moved and I snagged this vintage dustpan. I love the colors in the graphic, and to me, they seemed perfect for fall.
I drilled a hole in the top and added some Indian Corn and husks. I can’t decide if I like it better with the fabric scrap ribbon or not.
I have been absolutely loving the challenge of trying to create and post for 31 days. I think I’ve missed two days so far, but I’ll just continue posting my projects into November if I need to. Speaking of projects, I think I’m going to switch over to the next holiday. Yep, you might be seeing some Christmas in October posts. I dislike it as much as you do, but maybe you’ll get an idea for an upcycled craft you want to try out this year.
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