Raise your hand if you love the Dollar Tree! There are so many awesome things throughout their stores that you actually want to go through every single aisle. Their seasonal items are always amazing too! That’s exactly where you’ll find everything you need to make this gorgeous budget friendly fall wreath.
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Get your home ready for fall on a budget! This gorgeous budget friendly fall wreath is the perfect decor to take your door all the way through Thanksgiving. Click To Tweet
While I’ll miss the sunshine and water activities of summer, I am absolutely ready for fall. In fact, I may be rushing it to our home, hoping to craft it into existence with projects like this wreath. I mean, if I put the the decorations up, it has to show up at my door, right?
Of course, after the back to school shopping, vacations, and summer fun who has the money to fill their home with fall decor? Everyone does with the Dollar Tree. I’m on a mission to get our homes ready for autumn dollar by dollar starting with this gorgeous budget friendly fall wreath!
Fall Wreath Materials
- 14 inch Wire Wreath Form
- Red Mum Flowers
- Cream Mum Flowers
- Yellow Mum Flowers
- Maple Leaf Bushes with Berries
- Tan Black Eyed Susans
- (Optional) Orange Metal Autumn Wreath Hanger
First, remove any tags from your wire wreath form.
Next, cut the mum stems apart, leaving at least 3 inches of stem on the flowers.
After you have cut apart your mum stems, remove the leaves from them.
Now, begin attaching your red mums by weaving the stems through the wires on your wreath form. See the pictures above for reference.
Continue adding red mums throughout the wreath form until you have added half of them.
After your red mums are attached, add your cream mums.
Next, attach your yellow mums to the wire wreath form.
Fill in your wreath more with the remaining half of your red mums.
After all of your mums are attached to the wreath form, cut your maple leaf bushes stems apart.
Then use the maple leaf stems to fill in the remaining gaps in your wreath.
Next, cut the stems of your black eyed susans flowers apart, again leaving at least 3 inches of stem.
Lastly, add 3-4 of your black eyed susans stems to your wreath.
Step 13 (Optional)
Hang your wreath using an orange metal wreath hanger.
This gorgeous budget friendly fall wreath turned out spectacularly! You can’t beat the price at $7 to make it ($8 if you buy the wreath hanger). It is the perfect decor to take your door all the way through Thanksgiving. Score!
So what are your thoughts on wish fulfillment? Can we craft our favorite seasons into existence? If not, we can definitely pass the time getting ready for it. That’s totally enough for now.
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