While browsing around a local barn sale a couple weekends ago, I came across a few goodies which included a large sifter box. I loved the character in it and knew I had to snatch it up but wasn’t quite sure where I would put it.
Once I got it home and cleaned up, I started scoping around the house for a good spot to hang the box. My husband told me a while ago that he would find me an old windmill to put on the dining room wall but I’m not sure that is really going to happen. But in case he does come through, I figured the sifter box would be easy to move so that’s where it would go.
After I got the box up and leveled on the wall, I knew that was the perfect spot but it still needed a little something to seal the deal…a nice wreath!
I searched all over trying to find a cute fall wreath that was unique yet simple that wasn’t a bajillion dollars.
My patience grew thin so I decided to just make one myself. Took a trip to the craft store to pick up some supplies and after everyone went to bed I got to work.
Used my husband’s little cable cutters to rip the floral pieces apart and stuck them strategically throughout the bare wreath.
It actually turned out super cute and was surprisingly easy to make. Pretty sure I’m just going to make my own wreaths from now…hahaha!
Just what I pictured to pair with my sweet sifter box. 🙂
And now it looks even better with my new chicken feeder centerpiece!