Have fun creating a beautiful DIY dollar store fall wreath. Using a basic grapevine base this inexpensive wreath can be made in minutes with only a few dollar store supplies.
Sometimes simple is best. If you want to create a bit of fall decor without spending a lot of money then the dollar store is a good choice.
How to Make a Dollar Store Fall Wreath
I found some mini pumpkins in a couple of different colors and textures and this package of faux leather oak leaves in beautiful fall color at the dollar store.
Here's the big surprise. The pumpkins have little clips on the back. You can easily attach them to many things. Of course, I decided to clip them to a homemade grapevine wreath. This is great because you can remove them easily and use them in another project next year and you can re-use the wreath too.
The pumpkins are easily clipped to the grapevines. The leaves are simply tucked in between the vines and pumpkins. You could hot glue them in place but then it would be hard to reuse them. However, if you want something more secure you could add some floral wire to the stems and wire them onto the wreath.
I like this as it is however you could use other dollar tree supplies to obtain a different look.
- Add a pretty burlap ribbon to the top.
- Add other natural elements such as dried oranges, and pinecones.
- Add artificial flowers such as sunflowers and other fall foliage.
I have ours leaning on the mirror of our family room mantel. It's just enough for the fall season and will last until it's time to decorate for Christmas.
DIY Dollar Tree Fall Wreath
- Grapevine wreath
- 3 sets of mini clip dollar store pumpkins
- 1 package of faux leather fall leaves
- Start in the bottom center of the wreath.
- Clip one of each pumpkin in a triangle onto the grapevine wreath.
- Next, take three leaves and stick them under the pumpkins and into the wreath.
- Continue with the same process to the left and the right of the first group of pumpkins.
- Set the wreath on the table or hang for all to see.
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