DIY Fall Wreath Tutorial; Dollar Tree Supplies Only!

FallWreathDIY8I spent $9 at the Dollar Tree and made this harvest wreath for my front door. I got the inspiration after googling “fall decor ideas” and running across this post over at House of Hepworths. I put my own lil’ spin on it. Here is what i did…

Materials: 6 assorted floral leaf packs
1 18 inch garland wreath
1 package fall centerpiece decor variety (three pictured here, but only used one for
wreath – you will see the other 2 soon enough)
Add it up – $9!!
I used some organza I had on hand to tame down the green garland, which i wasn’t real fond of, but it was all I had to choose from at Dollar Tree. I just wrapped it all the way around the wreath, cut it, and secured it with a dot of hot glue.

Next, I began tearing apart my florals and hot gluing them around my wreath, onto the organza fabric. I cut small holes in the fabric to stick stems in for extra security, but I am pretty sure the hot glue would have sufficed.

Once I was satisfied with the fullness and balance, I hung it from a hook with a piece of lovely orange ribbon I had on hand.

I love how this turned out. It was easy and cheap, just the way I like it. Yep, I just typed that sentence. Wow. Anyway, it was a perfectly beautiful fall day, as I put this together on my front porch, belly full of homemade turkey chili. I am dying to show you the rest of the porch. I am going to reveal it one project at a time however, then wow you with the oh so drab “before” pics. Stay tuned, wonderful readers. Give thanks, scatter joy!
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  1. Jennifer @ Just Peachy in Dixie says:

    What a great wreath! I would have never guessed that it was made with items from Dollar Tree. Very thrifty….LOVE it! :)

    Thanks for sharing!
    Jennifer @

  2. Hi! Returning the blog hopping love from

    Thanks so much for visiting!

  3. So beautiful!

  4. What a beautiful wreath you created. I admire people who are talented at arts and crafts. Awesome!
    I am following you back. Thanks for stopping by my blog

  5. Anonymous says:

    thanks for the post

  6. New follower! Looking forward to hearing more from you!

  7. Absolutely beautiful. I can hardly wait to see your porch.

  8. Gorgeous wreath, and so thrifty using only items from Dollar Tree. I'm a new follower from Typing Together. Looking forward to reading more from you!

  9. very pretty!
    Here for the blog hop and now following. Hope you can visit me and follow me back!

  10. MusingMom6 says:

    I tweeted this! It is beautifu!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.


  11. This is beautiful! Following you back! Thanks for your visit to my blog and following mine!

    Tracy at A Slice of Smith Life

  12. Wow, it's wonderful wreath… I love it.

    I featured it on my blog. Please check it out.

    Thank you and be blessed.


  13. Awesome wreath…was introduced to your blog from Amiko. Thank you for your tutorial

  14. This is lovely too! Thanks for the tutorial. Thanks for stopping by and for the follow the other day. I'm already a follower of you site!!!

  15. The Chambs says:

    This is the most beautiful fall wreath I have seen!!! I'm following you from Little Yaya's Blog Hop. Come visit me at
    have a good day!

  16. Sarah @ Modern Country Style says:

    This is gorgeous. It looks so expensive too.

    Thank you for Following.

    I'm Following you right back!

    Looking forward to getting to know you better.


  17. What a great idea! I LOVE the wreath! And I love it even more because it was money-saving and do-it-yourself!

  18. Helpful blog, bookmarked the website with hopes to read more!

  19. Allison @ House of Hepworths says:

    I would LOVE if you would share this on my facebook fan page. Just upload a picture or two to my photo album. Please feel free to add a link back to your site.

    Here's a link to my fan page: of Hepworths

    My fan page photo album needs a little love from you. 😉

    Thank you so much!!

    ~Allison @ House of Hepworths

  20. so pretty an really easy


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