I have never been the girl to decorate for the seasons. I hold all my decorating until Christmas. Usually, I make sure to change my table cloth and place mats. Joe and I plant a few flowers. That is the extent of seasonal decorating at the Brown house. However, after painting our front door and planting the mums for autumn I noticed our porch needed something. This year I decided to have a fall wreath.
Our budget was already set for the month. I have $20 to spend on a wreath. Pre-made wreaths are way out of my budget. I decided to created a simple one. I looked at magazines and Pintrest for DIY ideas. I bought a basic medium grapevine wreath plain at the farmer’s market for $5. The burlap and red ribbon I got from Hobby Lobby regular $3.99 for a spool. I used a 40% off coupon to get the price point lower. I went to visit my granny and she taught me how to make the bow. It is tied on with a pipe cleaner. I bought the wooden B and I can not remember from where. I glitter glued it red. I tied it on with a a simple thread. The floral harvest sprig is one short piece from Michael’s that was $1.99 and is also attached by a pipe cleaner.
This autumn wreath is simple, affordable, and detachable. For this DIY wreath I used all removable parts so that it can be repurposed at another time. My goal was for a cute simple wreath for my front porch and I feel like I met that goal