Have you seen the tutorials out there for creating antlers from clay? Maybe like Angie from The Country Chic Cottage you’ve loved the look but simply didn’t have a home for faux antlers.
This DIY wreath is the perfect way to put those antlers on display!
Angie’s wreath is every bit as gorgeous as her inspiration from Pottery Barn and, as she points out, is perfect for fall all the way to winter!
What really makes this wreath stand out are obviously the antlers tied on with twine.
I also really love how this wreath works with the use of all the different sized pine cones resting snuggly in the sandy-brown Spanish moss.
The final touch, which is literally the frosting on the cake is the use of “frosted” pine cones. There’s something magical about that white dusting making certain pine ones really pop with all the brown hues!
Now, if you have access to nature’s free pine cones somewhere on the ground, that’s the best and more fun way to source the ‘cones for this wreath.
To get the dusting effect, pick up a can of “spray snow” and make your own white tipped pine cones.
The great part about investing in a can like this is how useful it will be for so many other wintertime and holiday DIY decor projects.
Angie was inspired by the Faux Antler Pinecone Wreath from Pottery Barn.
Go to The Country Chic Cottage for the full tutorial.