Don't Waste Money On Expensive Wreaths! Make Your Own For Less Than $2

2 Materials
1 Hour
If you saw my repurposed chair project, I wanted to add something else to the chairs once we had them hung. After living with them on the wall for a few days, I kept coming back to the idea that they needed small, green wreaths on each one. When I started searching for wreaths, I was blown away by their prices! Since I needed 6 wreaths, I was not okay spending $15 per wreath. I had to get creative and come up with a cheaper solution.
I found it!
While I was at Michaels, I found some supplies that would give me exactly the look I wanted and the wreaths would end up costing me less than $2 to make! That, I can handle. I used {aff} wood frames, and dried leaves to make custom wreaths. I also grabbed jute twine, paint and hot glue that I had on hand.
I made a video of the creation process. These wreaths were so easy to make and they gave me the exact look I wanted for our new entry wall feature.
I am always sharing ways to decorate your own without breaking the bank on my blog. I firmly believe that you can have the home of your dreams without breaking the bank to do it!
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Suggested materials:
  • Dried leaves   (Michaels)
  • Wood frames   (Michaels)
Lindsay Eidahl
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