Make a pretty moss Fall wreath with supplies from the dollar store and a little copper spray paint for a fresh update to your front door!
Hi friends. Well I mentioned yesterday I’ve been feeling under the weather. I ended up going back to the doctor’s and found out I have pneumonia. Boo. Even though I’m sick, I still enjoy creating things. Today’s “dollar store” Fall Wreath is the second handmade Fall decor DIY for this Fall series!
DIY Moss Fall Wreath
This wreath is actually an upcycle from a Dollar Tree Moss Wreath I made last year.
Supplies to embellish the moss wreath:
Fall leaves and faux flowers
copper spray paint
How to create and add your copper leaves and floral:
Spray paint a few leaves copper for a metallic gleam and let dry.
Place your leaves and flowers on your wreath. Move them around until you like the arrangement. I used a cluster of three flowers with a sprig of leaves on each side.
Hot glue flowers and leaves into place.
I really love the copper and orange tones in the leaves contrasting against the green moss and white flowers. Not bad for a “dollar store” wreath!
UPDATE: FALL SERIES 2015
Day one: Copper Pumpkins Fall Centerpiece
Day two: “Dollar Store” Fall Wreath
Day three: Painted Fall Leaves Garland
Day four: Watercolor Pumpkin Printables
Day five: Japanese Inspired Coasters for Fall
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