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Seasonal Wreath Makeover

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I’ve been trying to be really good and not go out and buy a bunch of new things. So this year I decided to give my normal front door wreath a seasonal makeover.

Easy Fall Seasonal Wreath Makeover

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Since the wreath is white, I figured it would be pretty easy to add some subtle fall decor without it being too costly. I headed to Hobby Lobby to see what I could find.

At first I thought I might want some simple white pumpkins, I knew I didn’t want to go with orange. But after looking at the white pumpkins, I was worried that the whites wouldn’t match.

I left the seasonal department feeling a bit defeated because I couldn’t find what I was looking for. Not bringing my wreath was really a poor choice.

But then I had an idea! I headed to the floral department and found these white hydrangeas that I thought would be similar enough to my wreath.

With my white hydrangeas in hand, I headed back to look for seasonal floral picks that would accompany the hydrangeas.

I saw these super cute twig pumpkins and they looked so good up against the white. They stood out enough, but also weren’t in your face.

I also found these brown hops picks. I liked the neutral colors, but that they also had a little pop of fall. The last thing I needed was some ribbon.

I bought 3 pumpkins, 2 of the brown hops picks, and the ribbon. Then I headed home to make over my wreath!

Seasonal Wreath Makeover

Since the wreath had been on my front door all summer it was pretty dusty. I decided to clean it first. I just spritzed some white vinegar on it, then hosed off all the dirt.

I propped it up, fluffed up the flowers a little, and then left it in the sun to dry. Once it was dry, I brought it inside to decorate it.

Now comes the fun and creative part! Using the floral picks you bought to decorate the wreath. I decided to put the three twig pumpkins at the bottom of the wreath.

I broke apart the brown hops picks so that it would make more. They are super easy to break apart and if the hops fall off the stick you can put them back on.

I made a big bow for the top and used the excess ribbon to fan through the wreath. It turned out so good! So glad I didn’t buy a fall wreath this year.

This wreath looks so much better and at a fraction of the cost!

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