Make this Easy Fall Wreath in minutes with just a grapevine wreath and a few floral stems.
I haven’t been doing much decorating for Fall around my home because we are so busy with searching for a NEW home! It’s crazy to think it’s already October! The thought hit me a few days ago that my favorite time of year and month are already in full swing and I haven’t done a single thing to make it feel that way around the house. I thought I would at least whip up a pretty Fall wreath to spruce up my front door and share it with ya’ll.
I visited Dollar Tree last week and picked up a few floral pieces to use in my wreath. Remember the spring wreath I made back in April? I used that same grapevine wreath and just stuck in a few floral stems. Then I took an old scrap of fabric I had and cut a few strips out of it to make a floppy bow for the top. Easy enough right? (even easier if you are good at doing bows–I am not)
Easy Fall Wreath
Items you’ll need:
Simply cut each floral stem into individual pieces with the wire cutters. Arrange them in the grapevine wreath to your desired look. Attach some burlap ribbon at the top to hang it with and you are finished!
This project only cost me $4 for the flowers. I already had the wreath, fabric and wire cutters. Can’t beat that!
What’s everyone else doing around their homes to decorate for Fall?
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