Hey friends!  Hope you are all having a great day!  Let’s go NUTS!  We recently told you about a spotlight we were asked to do for the Gorilla Glue company HERE.  We loved our wreath hangers and had to adorn them with cute wreaths as well.  I went with a nut and pinecone wreath and this is how I did it…
I started by getting the supplies.  I purchased a grapevine wreath at Hobby Lobby for super cheap.  These can be found at almost any craft or floral store.
I also bought a bag of hazelnuts and 4 lbs of walnuts in the shells at the grocery store.  These too were super cheap:)  I also bought a bag of tiny pine cones from Hobby Lobby.  They were in the Christmas craft section.
My weapon of choice on this one was the hot glue gun.  I started by randomly gluing the walnuts around the wreath.  I used a grapevine wreath rather than a styrofoam one because I knew I could leave the sides showing which saved me money and I like the look better myself.
Once I had most of the wreath covered in walnuts I began space filling with my hazlenuts and pine cones.   Any space that was left between the walnuts was filled with either hazelnuts or pinecones. A look from the side…
My final step was to hang this baby up and take lots of pictures! Woohoo!! What do you think… Have I gone nuts??!  Hope you like it… Have a great Tuesday!!

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  1. Love the wreath ! I love your wreath holder display!I just posted a very shabby wreath tutorial on my blog !
    The Little Things

  2. A winner!! The problem is I'd want to pull out a nut cracker, sit next to it and have myself a little holiday snack. Janell

  3. A winner!! The problem is I'd want to pull out a nut cracker, sit next to it and have myself a little holiday snack. Janell

  4. Love the wreath, especially against the fireplace! I gave you gals a shout out on our blog…Junk-Fest….check it out!
    Happy Holidays!

  5. Too funny I posted a 'going nuts' post last year. Made a walnut wreath too. But I used walnuts from a friends garden. You can find it here:
    Love, M

  6. I'm definitely going to make this wreath and wreath stand. I just found your blog a couple weeks ago and it's quickly become one of my favorites! Thanks for sharing so many wonderful ideas and inspiration!!

  7. You girls are so cute and talented. I've been following you for awhile and appreciate all the projects you've shared. You certainly inspire me.

    Vanessa @ momsgotmanyhats.blogspot.com

  8. Good Morning Sweetie…
    I have to tell you this is absolutely stunning. I just love the simplicity and elegance of it. Your wreath hanger is just so beautiful. I never would have thought about a post to a plague with a hanger on it for a wreath. On the fireplace hearth it would be beautiful. I may have to try this one. How devine.

    Thank you for sharing this morning. Please stop by and say hi. I love to have the company.

    Country hugs…Sherry