Thursday, September 11, 2014

A Fall Wreath for Under $10

Although I'm sulking about the end of summer, it's time to suck in my pouting lower lip, and embrace the autumn. Nothing cheers me up like shopping, so I spent a little time on-line looking for a fall wreath, and found the following on Amazon:

fall wreath, DIY wreath, FALL craft

Nice, eh? LOVED the colors and the sunflowers, so I 
scrolled down to check out the price....


Yes, I swear!  (I heard you collectively say, "NO?!")

BUT, I loved the colors, and I liked the silk leaves. So I stole a little inspiration, and decided to make my own. 

For under $10. 

Yes, way! (I heard you all say, "No way!") 

............Yeah, I need a nap. 

Anyway, let me break this down for you:
  • Grapevine 18" wreath ($4 at AC Moore, but I know they have them at dollar stores and sometimes Michael's for less)
  • Small piece of burlap scrap (free-ish)
  • 3 packages silk leaves ($3 total, 1$ each at the dollar store)
  • 1 bunch silk sunflowers ($1 at the dollar store) 
  • Hot glue (free-ish) 

fall wreath, DIY wreath, FALL craft

All I did was use the hot glue to adhere them to the grapevine, and voila!

What do you think?

Pinnable image (hint, hint)

fall wreath, DIY wreath, FALL craft

To hang, check out my post here.

So, honestly ~ would you ever spend $189 on a wreath? 

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Katherines Corner said...

oh my I would never pay that. Your wreath is lovely! Hugs

Unknown said...

I know Katherine! Geesh! Julia

Sherri S. said...

I can't imagine anyone paying that much money for a wreath...of any kind?!?!?!?!? Yours ius just as lovely :-)

Thanks for sharing!

Unknown said...

Thanks Sherri! x Julia