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Fall is just around the corner, and I like to create a fall wreath for my front door. Here is how I created this year's fall wreath. I hope this inspires you to decorate your front door.
Supplies I used to make this fall wreath:
Easy Instructions on how to make this Fall wreath:
First, I pulled apart the silk fall flower bunches and sorted them by type.
Then, I dry-fitted them into the areas I wanted to place them. I moved them around before I used the hot glue to affix the pieces into their places.
How long did it take to make, and how much was it?
This project didn't take long. It totaled about 40 minutes to put together, and the cost was around $25.30+tax. I went to my local craft store to pick these items up because they always run great deals this time of year. Every item here was 50% off or more. Yippee! I love to decorate, but I love deals when I decorate or organize even more.
Below are some grapevine wreaths premade I found on Amazon(affiliate):
I decided to add a little fall pun to the owl clips I found. Here is the fall pun for your amusement! I hope it brightens your day.
Here is the final product. What do you think? I found that I could have added more of the fall leaves, but I was trying to keep the cost down.
Note: Over time, the letter Q did fall off so be sure to use enough glue on the back and make sure it adheres to the grapevine wreath, not just the leaves.
I will be hanging it soon. Can't let go of summer just yet. How about you? Do you make wreaths or other seasonal decorations in your home? Please share it below. Visit our many DIY Home Decor Tip Ideas!