As you all know, I love fall and Halloween is one of my favorite holidays as well. Ok let's be serious, I love ALL holidays. Any excuse to get dressed up or decorate the house is a-okay by me!
I had a fall wreath up on the front door but when I put out all of my Halloween decorations, I decided I needed a Halloween wreath to follow suit. Since it would only be up for a month, I wanted to keep it fairly low budget.
So I decided to wander the aisles of the Dollar Tree and this is what I whipped up! I had so many people ask me how I made it so here is a tutorial. Super easy and cheap and the best part? No glue or tape or anything other than these supplies! Have fun :)
|Everything was $1! Can't beat a DIY for $7 :)|
|Tuck an end of the garland into the wood|
|Pull through and tuck securely under|
|Wrap garland around, moving in and out of the center|
|Tuck a piece of the wire garland in the wood and secure|
|Wrap garland moving in and out of center|
|I tied a knot and then strung it along the wreath so it was tight and they were all hanging down in the same direction|
|Find an area that has a gap and stick the flower through...it should be hidden on the other end by the garland|
|Hang the sign|
|Hang the wreath...Voila!|
3 types of garland
Linking up with The Kurtz Corner and Not Just a Housewife today! Check out their blogs for other amazing DIY ideas :)