A Fall Wreath for Mega Cheaps!

Fall is all about the layers! In spring we like our homes sparse, in autumn we pull out the accessories to cozy it up!

We came up with this paper leaf wreath, using things we had around the house…

boxwood clippings_wreath made from brown paper bags, completly free!

 You Will Need:

Craft paper (or brown paper grocery bags)

Cardboard

Glue

Ribbon

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Directions:

Make a wreath template from cardboard (we used a diaper box!). We used platters to make an oval shape, but round, square or rectangle would be great too.

boxwood clippings_wreath

Next cut your leaves out of craft paper. We folded paper to make about 10 leaves at a time…no template needed so your leaves are all a little different.

boxwood clippings_wreath

boxwood clippings_wreath

Next layer the leaves onto the cardboard with glue. We used a hot glue gun, but Elmer’s or Modge Podge would work too. Finally hang wreath with ribbon, and top it off with a bow.

boxwood clippings_wreath made from brown paper bags, completly free!

We love projects like this, that cost no money, are super quick and make our homes feel refreshed!

3 Responses to “A Fall Wreath for Mega Cheaps!”

  1. Terri clayton Says:

    Love it! X

  2. alexa zurcher Says:

    super darling!

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