Easy, Inexpensive Fall Wreath

15 minutes, 3 materials, and less than $8.00! This just might rank as one of my most ‘successful’ projects for those reasons alone! Wreaths can suck in your money whether you are making your own or buying a pre-made wreath. This Easy, Inexpensive Fall Wreath is perfect for ANY budget! My inspiration for our Fall Wreath this year came from Barbara at 31 Rosemary Lane. When I saw her wreath using a metal hanger and burlap, I thought, “That is genius!” The rest is history {well, actually it’s written below}. 

Materials:

  • 30 feet Roll of Burlap, 3 in. wide (can be found at both Michael’s and Hobby Lobby)
  • Metal Hanger
  • 2 Strands of Decorative Garland

Directions:

1. Straighten out the hanger.

2. Fold the burlap back and forth onto itself in an alternating pattern. Thread the metal hanger through the center of the burlap.

3. Secure the ends of the hanger together with pliers (if needed).

4. ‘Fluff’ the garland by releasing the fold creases around the entire wreath.

5. Position garland into the wreath and secure it by twisting the garland ends onto the hanger.

6. Allow it to hang overnight before readjusting a final time.

Enjoy! We are absolutely loving our simple Fall wreath! 

Check out these other Fall Ideas: 

Fall Pumpkin Flower Planters #falldecorations #pumpkins #pumpkinideas #flowerplanters #fall

Fall Leaves Candle Jar

Fall Twig Picture Frames

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Mackenzie is a follower of Jesus, wife, mama of two toddler boys, teacher at heart, and coffee lover. She was a lower school elementary teacher for over 6 years, with a master's degree in Reading, and is a certificated Reading Specialist. She currently works part-time at a private school allowing her more time at home with her little guys.

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  1. What a great idea, especially on such a tight budget! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Oh wow, so simple yet it came out so great! Love it!

  3. You had me at “inexpensive!” I love those fall mesh wreaths my neighbors are all making, but the supplies run about $50, and I’m just too cheap for that. Making a cute one for under $10 is what I’m all about! Thanks!

  4. Thanks for sharing this lovely, inexpensive fall wreath, Mackenzie! Just what I was looking for!

  5. Featuring YOU today! :)

    Ginger @ GingerSnapCrafts.com

    http://www.gingersnapcrafts.com/2012/10/13-fall-wreaths-take-look-at-you.html

  6. Hi, Mackenzie

    I am love your beautiful wreath. It turned out great. I found your lovely blog on TwelveOeight link party and I enjoyed looking around your lovely blog. I am a new follower. Have a great week and love for you to stop by http://www.diy180.com

    Vanessa

  7. This is adorable – and you’re right – genius! It’s so easy, and makes such a statement… LOVE IT! :)

    ((Hugs))
    -Heather
    http://stringtownhome.net/?p=358

  8. Absolutelly adorable and cute! I love it and I’m featuring it tomorrow on a Round up fall wreaths Post!!! Hope you have a great week

    Hugs
    Cami @ TitiCrafty.com
    Sunday Bewitch Me & Titi {Link Party}

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