The Best Fall Wreath Decor
Hello everybody and welcome to the blog today.
“you are so much sunshine in every square inch” — w.w.
Hello friends how are you today? Checking in to see that you’re doing well, enjoying some cooler weather, staying hydrated, checking in with friends and family, and enjoying Summer.
My week thus far has been low-key, which is great for me. I can get my creative juices moving, I’m excited about cooler weather and Fall, and I’m seeing the musical Six this week so that’s exciting.
Today I’m sharing some great Fall wreaths I’ve found out and about around the web. Last week I briefly spoke about the wreath I purchased that I’m donating. I can only blame peer pressure on that one (LOL.. all the other bloggers were doing it) It’s not really my style, it’s prickly and it’s hard to store away.
Several of the wreaths I’ve found were expensive (I’ll list them below), however, if it’s going to last me through my style changes, then it may be worth it. (My cap is $50)
MICHAEL’S (MID $$)
6 // AUTUMN HARVEST
Other Buying Options
DIY Your Own Wreath
You can always make your own wreath using the standard branch base, a metal ring, or a hoop base and decorate it with leaves, other fall foliage, and your desired flower. Stores like Michael’s, Joann’s, Hobby Lobby, or AFlorel are always having sales on their greenery and florals.
You can also forage things from your own backyard, like branches or leaves.
Here are some fall wreath DIY Examples
Additional Style Inspiration
I will say that by the time you get everything for a DIY wreath you may have spent about $50 (unless you catch a sale) which is the cost for one of the wreaths above.
What’s your style for Fall? Do you decorate or do you love your home just the way it is throughout the seasons? Let’s start a conversation in the comments.
I’ll end this post here. Thanks so much for visiting the blog today. Don’t forget to follow and subscribe, as I really appreciate the support. — Peace