Burlap & Pumpkin Fall Wreath {Dollar Store Wreath Idea!}

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This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

This fall I wanted to really cut back on seasonal spending for fall and Halloween decor so my wheels started turning on how to create a higher-end look for a LOT less than retail. Browsing the Dollar Store last month, I found these bags of mini-gourds and a fall wreath idea was born.

This cute burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store decorations!

The green speckled look wasn’t horrible, but it wasn’t what I was looking for in terms of an upscale style wreath. A quick hit of spray paint in glossy white…

This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

… and high style pumpkins were born! I simply hot-glued the painted pumpkins in clusters onto an inexpensive grapevine wreath, leaving gaps for the burlap ribbon:

This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

Then I used a thick burlap ribbon I’d hoarded saved from a package I received and pinched it in half.

This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

I hot glued it to the back and started to wrap it around the wreath, tucking it in between the clusters of gourds.

This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

Oh, it’s starting to look purdy. 😉

This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

Two minutes later and DONE!

This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

Our entryway is looking more and more festive, and my budget isn’t suffering too badly either. In fact, total cost for this project was $5. FIVE BUCKS!

This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

Not too shabby for festive fall decor that perfectly fits with my (neutral, organic, glam-loving) style, right?

This festive fall burlap wreath was made with Dollar Store pumpkins!

Just wait until you see the Dollar Store decor up my sleeve for tomorrow and next week. You’re gonna FREAK OUT. {okay, maybe not freak out, but possibly like it a little? Freaking out is okay too. Let’s go with freaking out.}

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5 Comments

  1. So simple, yet so beautiful! I love it! You inspired me to think about my next wreath after my Halloween one comes down.

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