DIY Pretty Fall Wreath for $1

I have been loving all the beautiful fall colors in my front yard. The bright sunny yellow delights my heart each time I walk past my window. I decided I needed to bring some of that sunniness over to my front door to greet my guests.

Welcome!

I collected a bunch of leaves from the front yard and filled a bright orange tub with them. Then I clipped some short low branched from the tree and put them in standing up. Finally, I created a new wreath for the front door using the left over leaves.

To make the wreath:

I purchased a natural woven wreath from the Dollar Tree. I took the leaves and wove the leaf stems in and through the woven wreath base. Then I added a few clippings of a bush with bright red leaves and berries on it and wove those into the wreath base. Viola! A pretty fall wreath to grace my front door. Cost: $1. If you have floral wire nearby it might help with leaves that have a very short stem.

Happy Autumn!

 

Comments

  1. That looks great! And, at $1, you can’t beat it.

  2. that’s really pretty. seems easy enough to do. Love the new look of your site!

  3. Wow, Jenna! You are so talented! Thanks for sharing! Love it! It just looks gorgeous! I am really enjoying the fall foliage too!

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