DIY By: Christina Etchberger
Autumn is almost here and it’s one of my favorite seasons to decorate our home. Recently our DIY contributor Amanda @findingmandee, showcased her beautiful fall wreath. I was inspired to get out our family’s fall decorations to create my own!
Every season I use the same Joann Fabrics easy-to-use iron wreaths, for each pillar in the front of the house. All I have to do is buy fillers, or reuse what I stored away, for my seasonal wreaths. Today, I gathered my inexpensive materials and got to work on my very inexpensive 5 minute DIY.
•Dollar Tree fall flowers (I coordinated the flowers based on a fall color scheme)
•Joann Fabric iron reusable wreaths (I have used for four years!)
•Dollar Tree bows (one for each wreath)
Total for first season-$20 (one time purchase for the reusable wreath) with fillers ($1×4 for each set of flowers)=$24 total
Total-$4 this year!
The first year might cost $24, but if you reuse the wreath it’ll only be a few dollar each season!
5 SIMPLE STEPS: