Hello friends! Today I want to share with you two Dollar Tree Fall Wreaths I recently made. I’m also throwing in a few other Fall wreaths I’ve just made for the fun of it. Featuring the Dollar Tree Fall Wreaths will help you have a beautiful and affordable wreath for your front door!
I admit that I should join some sort of support group when it comes to wreaths. I am a wreath junkie. I love them. If I had my way, I’d change my front door wreath daily just like changing my clothes. I have so many wreaths that they’re stored in strange, unusual places in my house…drawers, closets, miscellaneous door knobs, the basement…the list goes on… Oh, and don’t get me started on the excessive amount of wreath supplies.
People visit my house and leave with a wreath. Yet, I still make more. I’m not a fan of selling my wreaths because I can’t stand rejection and have an issue with people’s opinions of my creations. A support group would be useful. For now, I am using this blog as an excuse for continuing to make more wreaths.
I have so many photos to share, let’s go ahead and jump in. We’ll begin with a leaf and flower wreath.
I usually like to use grapevine wreaths. I have not found grapevine wreaths at Dollar Tree stores, so the wreath itself will need to be purchased elsewhere. Hobby Lobby usually sells these for an affordable price.
Here’s a photo of the florals I purchased at my local Dollar Tree Store. In this photo, I have already cut apart the stems and grouped them by flower.
For this particular design, I wanted to cover the entire wreath with a mixture of colors. I began with the leaves. When placing flowers (or leaves in this case) on the grapevine wreath, I like to have them look natural and not symmetrical. Let the leaves flow inside and outside the grapevine wreath.
I then added the largest flowers in a random pattern around the wreath similar to the way I placed the leaves. Vary the way the flowers face and try not to space them all evenly.
I then added the lime green hydrangeas. Remember last week’s Fall Wreath tutorial? I explained how to vary your floral colors, shapes and sizes. We’re approaching this wreath the same way.
Although my wreath is beginning to fill up, these sweet small orange flowers add a wonderful pop of color to the arrangement. Remember to place the flowers randomly throughout the wreath and have them face in different directions.
Here’s a nice longer purple flower that I stuck in the wreath. I tried to have them poking out in different areas to give the wreath more dimension.
That’s it! How simple was that? How affordable was that?
Let’s try another Dollar Tree Fall wreath that has more traditional colors and a farmhouse feel. For this wreath, I got a cute little scarecrow and a small sign featuring a pickup truck filled with pumpkins along with my florals at the Dollar Tree.
To begin, I attached the truck using the two holes at the top of the sign. I have brown wire that is pretty flexible, so I threaded it through the holes and then used the wire to attach the sign to the wreath. The scarecrow came with a stick/dowel rod in his back. I used heavy-duty wire cutters to snip the dowel rod to the length I wanted. I then stuck the dowel rod into the grapevine wreath and hot glued the top part of the scarecrow directly on to the wreath.
I picked up a little cream colored pumpkin at Dollar Tree and hot glued it to the scarecrow’s hands to make it appear as though he was holding it.
What is Fall without leaves? I love these maple leaves! My goal was to make the leaves look like they were falling and landing in a pile at the bottom of the wreath. I cut some of the leaves off individually and left some in groups of two or three.
Here’s what the wreath looked like after I hot glued the leaves.
Orange hydrangeas were added in a random pattern.
Red flowers were placed around the top in different directions for dimension.
Continuing to work at the top of the wreath, I added these sweet yellow daisies. I gave our little scarecrow friend an update by hot gluing a daisy to his hat.
Creamy white mums fill in the gaps.
To tie in the blue from the truck, I added these light blue pom poms for a little whimsy.
Here’s the finished wreath.
Below are a few other wreaths I made and wanted to share with you. They’re not Dollar Tree Fall wreaths, so I hope you don’t mind me adding in a few more wreaths.
I made this skull and flower wreath for my daughter. The skulls came from Dollar Tree. They were on little stands so I detached them and hot glued them to the wreath.
Here’s another one of my wreaths where I mixed Fall details with pastel florals. This one has white sunflowers and pink roses combined.
Although these flowers did not come from Dollar Tree, I got a great deal for a lot of them at Michael’s. Many were discounted 70% because they were marked as Summer flowers…even the sunflowers!
I didn’t photograph step-by-step instructions for creating this wreath, but I will have an Instagram Reel showing how I made the wreath.
For my last wreath, here’s a simple UGA wreath I made (college football IS Fall in the South). We live about twenty miles from Athens, Georgia which is home to the University of Georgia. When I sold wreaths at a local shop a few years ago, anything with UGA on it was easy to sell. I also sold a lot of Alabama, South Carolina and Auburn wreaths. Don’t tell my Dawg fans, but I have Alabama ribbon and can whip up a wreath for the Crimson Tide pretty quickly.
I hope that you enjoyed my Dollar Tree Fall Wreath tutorials along with the bonus wreaths!
I will try to take it easy on the wreaths for a while so that I can bring you some other fresh crafting and decorating ideas next week. Promise!
Thank you so much for stopping by Mulch and Paint today! I hope you have a blessed weekend and please pray for all of those who have been impacted by the hurricane in Florida this week.
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