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An Inexpensive Fall Wreath


I like finding simple ways to decorate for fall that don’t cost a lot or require much effort.  This wreath was no exception and is very similar to the lavender wreath I shared this last summer. The entire project cost less than $15 (using coupons) and could be adapted for any time of year.

Here is what you will need…


  • Grapevine Wreath (size is up to you)
  • A garland of your choice (I used one from Hobby Lobby that had leaves turning colors – like they do in the fall).  I also only needed one garland to fit this wreath, if you do a bigger sized wreath you may need two garlands.
  • Some floral wire
  • Scissors

Here is how you will make it…


Start by winding the garland around and cut off the extra.  Some of the grapevine will end up showing and like I have said before, I actually like the organic nature of these type of wreaths.


Begin by tying in the garland with your floral wire so that the strand is secure.  Cut up the remainder of your left over garland and tuck/tie in the extra pieces where needed.


(Green Tray – Painted Fox Treasures – affiliate link in sidebar)

That is it! It is so simple and looks perfect for fall.  I will be doing something similar for each season this year and it is such a great way to vary up your decor without having to do very much.  Stay tuned next week as I will share some more affordable ways to get ready for Autumn.  Have a great weekend and thanks so much for stopping by!

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