The 45 Second Fall Leaf Wreath

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OK, so I shared a similar idea to this one for Christmas two years ago, but I’m showing you this easy wreath idea now for fall because it’s just so good! And also, I can’t believe it took me two years to realize that this idea could be applied to other seasons, not just at Christmastime.
And if it’s my own dang idea and I couldn’t even realize that, then chances are that you didn’t realize it either!   So I give you the 45 Second Fall Leaf Wreath!
So first you start out with a plain grapevine wreath. If you don’t already have a few of these, I definitely recommend picking up one or two when they’re on sale. I’ve purchased some for as low as $1.88 before!
The only other thing you need for a fall leaf wreath like this is a long faux-leaf garland. You can get some pretty decent ones at the dollar store now, but I picked mine up last year at Michael’s.
Once you have your wreath assembling items ready, all you need to do it wrap the garland loosely around the wreath form and that’s it!
[Psst! Looking for even more really simple, yet really beautiful fall decor ideas?! Check out these Harvesty Corn Bundles!]
It probably actually takes less than 45 seconds, but those extra few seconds allow you some time to fuss over it a bit if you need to.  ;)
(Don't forget to click the link below for even more details!)
Suggested materials:
  • Grapevine Wreath
  • Pretty Garland
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