Making a Fall Wreath for Under $10

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Fall is my favorite time of year for decorating as the possibilities are endless. Decorations can be pricey but I am going to show you how to make a fall wreath using items all from the dollar store under $10.

These three rolls of material were the inspiration for my wreath.

I purchased this 12-in hoop from the dollar store also.

I unrolled the material but left it folded in half. Next I took a pair of scissors and cut the material in strips about an inch wide then cut the material in half where it was folded.

After my material was cut I took the hoop and started tying the material around the hoop. The tie side is the back of the wreath.

Continue around the hoop alternating between patterns. This is the front side of the wreath.

So this is my wreath complete with material strips all tied. Next using a pair of scissors I cut about an inch off of the outside and inside of the wreath to neaten it up.

So here it is with the material cut off.

I also found this wooden cut out at Dollar Tree that I will be using.

I happened to have this Lagoon color spray paint on hand for another project that matches perfectly with the blue in my material I will be using to paint my cut out.

Here is my cutout painted.

I purchased 2 bunches of these flowers. I removed the flowers from the stems.

Using my glue gun I attached the flowers and the cut out to the wreath. I also added a raffia bow. Using a small piece of material I glued it at the back of the center of the top, so I can hang my wreath

Here is my wreath complete. I love how this turned out and it was super easy to make.

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