Fall Wreath Time!

My favorite time of year is fast approaching! Cooler weather, football, bonfires, and of course all of the decorations! So let’s celebrate this season with new Fall Wreath!

I gathered some supplies from Michaels:

  • grape vine wreath form (Michael’s)
  • fall colored flowers (Dollar Tree or Michael’s)
  • multi colored spray (Michael’s)
  • big orange bow (Michael’s pre-made bow or make one yourself)
  • hot glue gun
  • scissors

To get started I plucked off the flowers from the rest of the arrangement (no need to cut, they just popped right off). I did use my scissors though to trim off the excess plastic that was the connector to the stems.

I then used my handy dandy hot glue gun to adhere the flowers to the wreath form. Once I had all the flowers in place around 70% of the wreath, I secured all the flowers with a bit of wire (just to make sure the wind wouldn’t destroy my wreath outside!).

For the remaining blank parts of the wreath, I filled in with the multi colored spray and a large orange bow (I have to admit I used a pre-made wire bow from Michael’s, sometimes a girl just wants to be lazy… and I had a 40% off coupon).

I added a couple finishing touches like the mini pumpkin spray and that’s it!

It was only about a 20 minute project once I had all of my supplies in place.

Costs for my Fall wreath: $8 for the grape vine wreath form, $4 for all the spray (it was on sale 40% off), $4 for the flower arrangement (on sale 40% off), $4 for the pre-made bow (I had a coupon). So that’s a total cost of $20. Not too shabby, right?



  1. says

    Very nice! I actually have some of those flowers, and haven’t decided what to do with them, I just liked the colors. I may need to make a wreath! It turned out great!

  2. says

    I love wreaths! I love fall wreaths! Love all the colors in yours. I seriously have to plan a trip to Michael’s or Hobby Lobby soon! My closest is HL and it is in Jeff City – 45 min away :( Thanks for sharing!

  3. says

    Looks great! Puts me in the mood for Fall with all those seasonal colors and the berries are so lovely as well.I too was in the mood to make a simple fall wreath come check it out:)

  4. Linda@Coastal Charm says

    So very cute and Nifty Thrifty too!!! Really looking forward to some college football this weekend.


  5. says

    Wow, this is really beautiful. I love it because it uses traditional fall colors, but its still fun and bright. And its not overdone. Very gorgeous. I would add a few cinnamon sticks to this and pop it on my front door in a flash! :) Thanks for sharing.

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