Drop a Harvest Bomb

Fall Wreaths

Have a college student, or friend/relative in a situation that prevents them from decorating for fall, even thought they would love to boast a festive porch?  I say harvest bomb them.  Go ahead.  You must have seen the yarn bombers by now?  Apply that philosophy to autumn decor and surprise your loved one.

This all came about when my stepdaughter, admiring our fall porch, expressed how nice it would be if her house were festive on the outside.  As soon as she left, I pulled out the glue gun and wreath form and went to work.  Here is a step by step photo montage of  Harvest Bomb day one.  Stay tuned for more.  I plan to add things daily over the next week, and will update this post with a final picture.

Fall Porch




  1. The wreath looks great, and how nice of you to share it with your friend. I bet she’s eager to wake up each day to see what else you’ve done.


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