Fall Boho Wreath / Dollar Tree Hack.

Beachwood Place LLC
by Beachwood Place LLC
3 Materials
$11
2 Hours
Easy

Today I’m sharing an easy, inexpensive way to decorate your home for Fall and only using items from the Dollar Tree.

I’m using natural colors to match my home, but you can definitely use other colors to match your home.

Here is what you’ll need.

one wire wreath form

4-5 ropes

4-5 raffia

scissors

brush

I measured about 12” of raffia. Cut all of your pieces first, that way you have all the same size.

Loop each piece through the inner hoop and continue all the way around.

Next, cut your rope about 10” and continue all the way around, making sure there’s no spaces, push tightly together.

Fold over, then loop through the outer wire.

Put under the wire.

Then pull through. Do this until it’s full.

lay flat, then brush all the way around.

Once brushed, cut all the way around to even it up. Do the same with the raffia.

It took me about two hours to make. Find a good spot, have everything ready to go, grab a coffee and have fun!

Hang easily in your entryway or anywhere in your home!

As always, thank you for stopping by and have fun making your Fall wreath.

Have a great week!

Suggested materials:
  • Raffia   (Dollar tree)
  • Rope   (Dollar tree)
  • Wire wreath   (Dollar tree)
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  • Alicem51 Alicem51 on Aug 24, 2021

    do you cover every row of the frame??

  • Hannah Szuch Hannah Szuch on Sep 29, 2021

    When you say 4-5 ropes and 4-5 raffia, do you mean packages? I just want to be sure that I buy enough!!

  • Np Np on Jun 05, 2022

    What size wreath frame? 12” or 14”?

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  • Judy Judy on Jul 24, 2022

    Have 4-5 foot tall wreath form. I would like to use your idea on a larger scale. Have any other ideas with what to decorate with for a season nutruel wreath.

  • Emi70136573 Emi70136573 on Sep 11, 2022

    I used a larger wreath form (18”) and Im having a hard time with the raffia and rope flopping over for the top 1/2. How do I get it to stay splayed out? I might have to use an adhesive or super glue on the back for it to stay put.

    many ideas?

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