This festive DIY fall wreath dollar store will provide your home with an extra feeling of warmth this fall season! All you need is a few supplies that are easily purchased at the dollar store and a little time. Following my step-by-step tutorial below, you can make a gorgeous fall wreath for about $3 that you can hang upon your door, on the wall in your family room, or any other location in the home that you want to add a little festive fall touch to!
How do you make a simple mesh wreath?
This DIY fall wreath dollar store looks similar to a simple mesh wreath, but you’re going to use ribbon and bows to get the appearance of a simple mesh wreath. You’ll take the roll of ribbon, dab a little bit of glue on the end, and unroll it slowly surrounding the foam wreath template. Overlap the ribbon in each row, leaving no empty spots in between the layers. You’ll repeat this process, minus the dab of glue, until you’ve met up with the first part of your ribbon roll. Take the final piece of ribbon and wrap it around the back of your foam wreath template and place some glue on the back to adhere the ribbon to the wreath.
How do you make a dollar tree fall wreath?
There are many ways you can make a dollar tree fall wreath. I prefer using a roll of orange burlap ribbon, decorative plaid bows, and a dollar store 10″ foam wreath form. This allows me to create any style wreath for the fall season. You can add onto this DIY fall wreath dollar store with scarecrow figurines glued onto the wreath or fall colored sequines glued periodically around the wreath form template. The options of how to expand upon my example fall wreath are endless! All you need is a good imagination and a vision for how you wish to have your dollar tree fall wreath look.
DIY fall wreath dollar store tutorial to make your own!
Supplies: All supplies can be purchased at Dollar Tree (except glue dots), and can be made for $3 in main supplies.
- 10â€ foam wreath form
- Orange burlap ribbon
- Plaid decorative bows
- Glue dots
- Apply glue dots to one end of the ribbon, and attach to wreath form.
- Wrap ribbon around wreath form, overlapping slightly, until you have come to the end of the wreath form where you first started wrapping ribbon.
- Overlap the ribbon in the back, cut, apply glue dots and secure in place.
- Flip wreath over to the front, apply glue dots to the bow and attach to the front of the ribbon that you ended on. The bow will cover the imperfection of the last wrap with ribbon.