Easiest Fall Wreath Under $15

I have an outdated burlap fall wreath that I put together about 6 years ago, so it was finally time to upgrade it. What a better way to do that, than on a budget! The supplies that I bought all came under $15, so that was a HUGE win.








I used a 18" Grapevine wreath from Michaels for $4.99 (I used my 40% off coupon on it to make it cheaper), 2 picks from the Target Dollar Spot for $1 each, a mini fabric buffalo plaid pumpkin for $1, a hanging letter "C" for $1, and I got a package of 4 mini pumpkins for $3. I had the hot glue gun and glue sticks on hand already.

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I started by playing around with all the pieces first until I got the positioning right of each pumpkin, the picks, and c. While you're doing that, plug in your hot glue gun to get it warming up.

Once I made a final decision of how I wanted everything, it was so easy after that! Deciding where to put everything was literally the hardest part.

Now it's time to secure everything to the wreath with your hot glue gun.
Use enough on each item so that you have a good and strong hold.


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After that, it's complete and ready to hang on your front door.
I am actually in love with the simplicity of this wreath, and well for how easy this DIY was makes it that much better.

Here is a video of how I made mine:




I can't wait to share with y'all all the DIY's I have in mind soon!

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