Well guys, today I’m home sick on this gloomy hump day, so I figured I’d share a quick, easy and budget friendly DIY fall wreath. I know, I know. I’m jumping the gun on fall but I wanted a chance to share it with you all so you can try it too. This DIY fall wreath takes only five minutes to make and costs about $30 which for a wreath is super cheap! Especially one that you can customize to your taste.
24″ Grapevine Wreath-$9.99 (I had coupon for 40% off so paid $5.99)
Floral Stems-JoAnns has fall floral 40% off so in total I paid just under $24 for all of my floral stems
Hot Glue Gun (Optional)
You’re going to want to cut your floral stems short. I ended up cutting these hydrangea stems even shorter than you see in the photo. You just need to leave enough of a stem to stick into the wreath and hold the flower in place. This is also where your glue gun is optional. If you don’t feel that your floral stems are going to stay in your wreath without gluing, then feel free to add a few glue dots into your fall wreath to hold the stem in place. I ended up not even using my glue gun for this project.
Once you have all of your stems cut, lay everything out on a flat surface or a table.
You can now start placing your florals and building your fall wreath. I wanted a sweeping motion around the left side of the wreath and knew I wanted to keep the right side bare.
The great thing about this fall wreath is that if you don’t like how it’s turning out, you can remove the floral stems and start over. If you are using a glue gun, don’t glue anything until you have your wreath laid out the way you want it. If you aren’t gluing, you can reuse this wreath season after season and just replace the floral stems.
I use 3M Command clips to hang all my decor outside and on my doors. Pull the sticker off the back, hold against glass/surface for a few seconds, and hang your fall wreath in place..it’s that easy.
I also shared how I created that faux brick wall in the above picture using joint compound, painter’s tape, and paint, check it out.
This fall wreath was so easy and it only took me 5 minutes to throw it together! I love that I can also switch it out season after season by purchasing a few new floral stems.
What do you guys think? Do you usually hang a fall wreath in your home for the season?
Thanks for stopping by the blog today! I hope you all have a great rest of the week!
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