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Apple Bundt Pan Wreath

Apple Bundt Pan Wreath

I have been so excited to share this Apple Bundt Pan Wreath with you!   It adds a fun pop of color to our front door.  I created this easy Apple Bundt Pan Wreath to greet guests at the door using a thrifted bundt pan!  Let me show you how…

Apple Bundt Pan Wreath

I can’t get over how adorable this red bundt pan is dressed up with some patterned paper and bakers twine!  This would be an awesome addition to a teachers classroom.  In fact it would make an amazing Teacher Gift at the beginning of the school year. 

I need to look for more red bundt pans I think!  Tip: if you can’t find a red bundt pan, simply paint it using glossy red spray paint.

Here’s what you need to create your own Apple Wreath…

Apple Bundt Pan Wreath


Red Bundt Pan (this one was thrifted for $1.99!!)

Patterned Paper

Bakers Twine (aff link)

Green Felt

Wooden Clothes Peg (aff link)

Hot Glue Gun (aff link)

Apple Bundt Pan Wreath

1: Cut the patterned paper into triangles and glue to the bakers twine.

2: Cut a leaf shape from the felt material.

3: Glue all of the pieces to the bundt pan using the hot glue gun.

Apple Bundt Pan Wreath

Now to scour every second hand store in the area for bundt pans right?!?  An orange pan would make a fabulous pumpkin wreath!  Or green for Christmas Holly?  Or simply spray paint a pan!  So many ideas!!

Apple Bundt Pan Wreath

I love the pop of bright red color on our front door, especially for fall.  The texture of this pan is totally fun too!  What else could you create with an old bundt pan??  Festive wreaths are one of my favorite things to make seasonally.  Check out our Fall Duct Tape Wreath, Mason Jar Lid Wreath or a Wreath for all Seasons.

Apple Bundt Pan Wreath

I hope that you’ve been inspired to create an Apple Bundt Pan Wreath of your own!  Check out my friend Randi’s take on an Apple Bundt Pan Wreath.  If you make one I would love to see a photo.  Please share…

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Hello, I’m Heather!

I'm an active mom of twin boys who is always looking for opportunities to inspire creativity through fun crafts, do-it-yourself projects and delicious recipes. This blog has been an integral part of supporting my little family and I am so grateful to have you become a part of our journey! Let's create together... Read more...

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This is so cute! And the perfect use for those rusted bunt pans I see at thrift stores and yard sales :)

So simple and adorable. I reposted on my FB page @CoastalBohemian