Charming Farmhouse Fall Wreath

2 Materials
$5
30 Minutes
Easy

Add this charming farmhouse style fall wreath wall decor to your fall decorations. Follow the easy instructions to this Dollar Tree DIY to make one for your home.

Head to Dollar Tree and grab these materials to make this very easy and inexpensive fall wreath. To see the full list, please see my blog post.

The first thing you want to do is cut the fabric into strips. Mine are about 2″ in width and about 8″ or 9″ long. It really doesn’t matter about the width or length – it just made it easier for me to wrap the wreath without the fabric getting all bunched up.

Next, start wrapping your wreath form. Add a line of hot glue on the back of the wreath and attach your fabric strips, wrapping around the wreath. Repeat this until the entire wreath is covered.

Add leaves and a pumpkin to your wreath using hot glue. I put the leaves in place first where I wanted them, then glued them down when they looked right. Next I glued the pumpkin down in the middle of the leaves.

I took the backing out of the picture frame and laid it down on the contact paper, traced around it and then cut it out. Attach the contact paper to the frame backing and smooth away any bubbles. Put it back into the picture frame.

To attach the wreath to the picture frame, I wrapped a piece of jute string around the top of the wreath and attached it to the back of the frame. I just tied it to the hanger part on the back of the frame because I might want to change it later. This can be glued down, too.

If you would like to see more fall DIY's, please see my blog.

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