The very last piece missing from our front porch fall decor
was a wreath for our front door. So I put this one together
for under $10 in just 10 minutes!
I had picked up a few of these grape vine bundles
at AC Moore when they were on sale for $2.50
each and had one left. I used two of them on my
First I snipped off the tags and then loosely unwrapped
and rewrapped my vine in a simple circle. I used garden
rope twine to secure the end in place and then tied two more
sections of my wreath form to firm everything up.
The burlap ribbon, I purchased for $4.99 and a 40%
coupon and three leaf bundles came from the Dollar Tree.
I snipped off three 12" sections of the burlap, triple
folded, tucking in my end on the back of the wreath and hot
glued it into place. I didn't even use an entire glue stick on this
project! After covering up my garden twine with the burlap
pieces, I snipped off the leaves that I wanted to use
and saved the other ones for a future project.
I placed my leaves along one side first and then with just a drop
of hot glue on each back, stuck them in place. I wanted to be able
to reuse the vines in the future, if I get tired of this wreath, so
didn't use as much glue as I normally would.
and Taadaa...a completed Natural Fall Wreath
for under $10 in only 10 minutes!