Making this Fall wreath was so simple yet fun, and I think it came out looking very high-end! Everyone seems to be making these fall wreaths this season but they’re all looking so different and diverse. This blog will be showing you how I put my own twist on the fall wreath trend, but don’t forget you can watch the video replay below. Of course, you’ll need a supply list too, so read below to get your materials!
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Here is what you’ll need:
- Jute string and raffia
- Hot glue gun
- Fringe fabric
- Wood beads
- Dollar tree wreath
- Dollar Tree sign
- Paint and paint brushes
Since this was a fairly simple DIY, I am only going to write a description of how I did it. Firstly, I enhanced the artwork that was already on the dollar tree sign. I did this by taking some brown paint and adding some shadows where I felt necessary. Afterwards, I used my gold pen to highlight anywhere I felt needed an extra highlight.
Secondly, I removed the original string the sign came with and replaced it with raffia that I tied into a bow. The final step, and again it’s very simple, I hot glued the metal wreath frame and placed the dollar tree sign onto it. Then, I went along the edge of the sign and glued my fringe fabric around it.
Thirdly, I created a new hanger. I did this by taking some jute string and tying it to the metal frame. Also, I added a bit of hot glue to the knot to keep it secure. After that, I added some wood beads and tied them off with a loop.
Fourthly and finally, you have a beautiful, high-end looking fall wreath. This wreath would be perfect on your front door and on any wall in your home. I really hope you enjoyed this DIY, and that you’ll recreate your own fall wreath.
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