A few years ago, I inherited this wreath when my Grandma died.
Every fall, I hang it on my front door sometime after Labor Day and I think of her. The leaves are quilted, which I think is pretty cool. This year, however, it became clear that the wreath wasn't looking as good as it used to, since the fabric of the bow and several leaves had gotten really faded. So, feeling a little melancholy, I took them off (knowing my Grandma, she would never have tolerated a faded wreath!). Then, I wrapped the old wreath in a new string of leaves, which took all of five minutes, and I have a brand new wreath!
(Oh, I did save the old quilted leaves. The backs weren't faded at all, so now I need to think of a project for them!)