Now that it is Labor Day weekend I can start slowly changing over to Fall mode. I just put together this cute DIY Fall wreath that’s perfect for transitioning into Fall.
The best part is that I made it for under $20 from items I picked up from the Fall section at Walmart.
I had an old grapevine wreath, so I just used it after pulling out the old ivy.
Walmart sells grapevine wreaths in the craft department for under $5 too. They are usually on the bottom shelf of the aisle with floral supplies.
The hydrangea stems are pretty full so I pulled off the sections to make it a more usable size.
I had this little owl and glued it to the wreath.
TIP: I find it easier to design a wreath when it’s hanging on the door rather than lying flat on a surface.
Fluff up the leaves, berries, and flowers on the picks before you insert them in the wreath.
To finish my new DIY Fall wreath, I attached the little wooden welcome sign with a green floral tie to the top and added some of the hydrangeas.
I stuck the big hydrangea leaves that were on the stem into the wreath to add a little more green.
Here it is hanging on my front door ready to welcome in the Fall season.
You may also like this wood bead wreath that I just made for the transition into Fall.