Easy DIY Dollar Store Wreath For Fall

5 Materials
1 Hour

We are crafting on a budget with this beautiful DIY fall wreath using supplies from the dollar store! You're also sure to love this inexpensive fall wreath video icon !

Making a Dollar Store Wreath

I know it seems like everyone is already focused on Christmas but I just had to share this simple dollar store wreath idea for Fall.

Certain craft supplies are just plain too expensive! I love to craft but even I find myself wondering is it really worth it when the supplies are so pricey? The answer of course is yes, it’s always better to make. 🙂

The dollar store is a good place to get things like ribbon and faux florals, which can otherwise be really expensive to buy.

All of the materials were bought at the Dollar Tree but I have also seen this pretty burlap ribbon with the soft lace at many of the dollar stores in my area.

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How to Make a DIY Dollar Store Fall Wreath

Using either a hot glue gun or glue strips, apply glue to one end of the ribbon and attach it to the wreath form.

Wrap ribbon around the wreath form, overlapping the ribbon at the ends so none of the wreath form shows through.

When the form is covered by the wreath, cut the ribbon and glue that end in place. This area will be covered with flowers so you won’t see the unfinished edges.

Remove 4 sunflowers from their stems, and 2 of the cream flowers.

Apply a glue dot (or a dab of hot glue) to the back of each sunflower and attach to the wreath, spacing them about ½ inch apart.

Apply a glue dot to one side of the leaf on the cream flowers and attach to the wreath, slightly under each sunflower on either end.

Hang your new sunflower wreath and enjoy! Doesn’t it feel good to make something beautiful witho ut spending a fortune?

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  • Debbie Debbie on Aug 16, 2021

    That turned out so pretty. I do agree that home made is better. I have retired and find I have much more time than money. Fortunately I have always been a bit of a craft supply hoarder, so I have had a lot of fun finding ways to use all those supplies. I think I already have what you used for that wreath so I will definitely be making it. Thanks for sharing.

    • Jane and Sonja Jane and Sonja on Aug 16, 2021

      That's the best too, when you already have the supplies in your collection. Thank you so much for your kind comment. -Jane

  • Diane Diane on Aug 17, 2022

    Fantastic, I love easy crafts