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DIY Fall Wreath for Under $30

Fall has arrived and that means beautiful foliage to inspire your home décor. Boost your curb appeal with this beautiful and cost-effective DIY fall wreath idea.

Let’s take a completed wreath and break it down to show how it’s made.

wreath 1

1. Start with a Grapevine Wreath
If you start with a simple base like a grapevine wreath, you’ll be able to transform it into a custom wreath for any season! You can find a grapevine wreath of various sizes for only a few dollars at Michaels or Hobby Lobby.

wreath 2

2. Gather the Remaining Supplies
Now you need to collect a couple of fall-related items that you will be attaching to the grapevine wreath.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Assorted fall leaves
Mini flower clusters
Twine
Small assorted pumpkins
Cinnamon sticks
Pinecones
Hot Glue Gun

3. Separate and Plan before Attaching
Separate the flowers and leaves from the flower bunches, and simply tuck them into the branches on one side of the wreath. Once tucked, use the twine to secure them.

Next, start layering the fall leaves, pinecones and cinnamon sticks to plan where they will look best before gluing them down. This way, if you change your mind about where to place a few of the items, you can make corrections before committing. Once you’re pleased with your design, use a hot glue to glue the pieces into place.

wreath 3

4. Final Touches and Display
Lastly, if you’d like to further personalize your wreath, you can add a letter to represent your last name, a small fall sign or even just a festive ribbon.

Hang your beautiful wreath on the front door or wherever you’d like! The cinnamon sticks add the perfect fall scent that you’ll enjoy every time you pass by it.

wreath 4

Courtesy of Artsy Chicks Rule

Let us know in the comments (and include pictures) if you create your own wreath.

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