Every year I like to make a new Fall wreath for our front door. They are really very easy to make and it will cost you only a fraction of the cost of buying one at any store.
This year I opted to make a burlap wreath.
These are the items you need to make one just like it.
I used a 24" grapevine wreath.
I bought three different burlap ribbons in orange, natural burlap and my favorite, the one with orange and brown checks. I found all these at Hobby Lobby at 50% off.
The floral wire I already had, but you can find it at Hobby Lobby for about $1.99.
I also bought the small Fall plaque at Kirklands for $5.99.
I used the natural burlap on the outside and inside of the wreath, the solid orange in the center and the multi color for the bow and a few pieces here and there.
Just bunch your burlap ribbon, start making loops in any size you would like and attach it using the floral wire.
Repeat until your wreath looks the way you like it.
Make a simple bow, hang your plaque right behind it and you got yourself a cute wreath to decorate your door.
Our front porch is also simply decorated for Fall this year, but the wreath already gave it a little color.
Total cost for me to make this wreath was $15.00 since I used a grapevine wreath I already had.
I hope this post gives you some inspiration and helps you make your own wreath.
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