DIY Inexpensive Fall Wreath

I love this time of the year. Fall is my favorite season, and I couldn’t wait to decorate my home. I enjoy doing fun and beautiful projects, but I hate paying a lot of money. Fortunately, this wreath cost me under $10 to make. We all know that buying decorative wreaths from a store can be very expensive. I always try to see what I can create on my own before I try to buy something from a store.

I was able to find a 12 in. wood wreath from Michael’s for about $2. The rest of the supplies (three rolls of  9 ft. wire-edged ribbon, floral leaves, 17 in. standing raffia scarecrow) came from Dollar Tree.

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I made some bows using my Bowdabra, then I tied the bows around the wreath.

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After I tied the bows, I glued the leaves on top of the ribbon using tacky glue. Then, I used a safety-pin to attach the scarecrow to the ribbon.

Here is the finished wreath:

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One thought on “DIY Inexpensive Fall Wreath

  1. That is so creative. I went to Hobby Lobby earlier to shop for fall stuff. Gosh, I didnt realize how expensive things are. Well, I havent really shopped for those before. I found some like that and thats probably more reasonable priced than the finished one in the store. You are so creative 🙂 Happy Fall..

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