Hey there! Today, I am going to show you how to make a super fast, easy, and cheap fall wreath. This is my first wreath EVER and I didn’t want to spend too much money on it if it didn’t turn out as planned. But it turned out great! I really like it 🙂 Especially that it only cost me about $2!! So let’s get started!
You will need:
A cardboard box
Fabric (I used a blanket I didn’t use anymore)
Paper in Fall colors
Okay! First, take your cardboard box and lay it out. Trace with a round object on the cardboard to get the main circle or your wreath.
Then, cut it and a smaller circle inside it so it looks like:
Next, cut out a circle in the fabric leaving about 2 inches extra around the edges. Then, super glue down the edges. Cut the fabric in the middle, still leaving about a 2 inch overlap and super glue that down to the cardboard too. It will look like:
I then looked up ‘leaf silhouette’ on google and traced a bunch of leaves I liked. I also cut out a ‘C’ for Coco!
Then, super glue down all the leaves and the letters. Ta-Da!! You now have your very beautiful, uber chic fall wreath!!
I also added in a sparkly ribbon to hang it from. I love it – in all I would say it was a great success. And super cheap too! I had all my supplies already here, but it might cost you a dollar or two for a super glue stick and a couple pieces of paper. 🙂
I hope you like my wreath! Be sure to follow my blog (in the sidebar) and to comment – it really brightens my day!
Till next time, Toodles!