It seems like every month I am changing out the wreath or hanging thing on my front door for some other season. I recently cleaned out my garage and noticed that alot of the door hangings and wreaths I had bought in the past were broken and falling apart so I got rid of them. I spent about $25 to $40 each for these things and they lasted one, maybe two years. Getting rid of just 4 of them was well over $100 seemingly wasted! Ain't nobody got time for that!
I decided to challenge myself to make a door hanging for fall that looked cute, didn't break the bank, and wouldn't fall apart. Dollar Tree to the rescue! I made this “Gratitude” hanging basket for my front door for $7 and in under 10 minutes! Here's how:
Gather your supplies. I first went to the Goodwill, thinking that maybe I could find someone else's cast off and breathe new life into it. There was a grapevine wreath that had promise, but at $2.99, I felt it might break the $10 budget I set so I headed over to Dollar Tree instead. Dollar Tree always has great holiday stuff for a dollar a piece so I headed to their fall and Thanksgiving section. I found a basket (a $1!) and gathered a few flower picks to nestle inside of it. I found some pretty glitter pinecones in the Christmas ornament section that matched my project perfectly. Grand total spent: $7 + tax
I did need some supplies from home too:
- Glue Gun
- Wire Cutters
- A piece of Ribbon, about 8″
- Chalkboard Sign – I got these in a 4 pack in the Dollar Spot at Target last week
And the rest is easy peasy. Watch this handy video I made of the entire process:
If you're still here and haven't rushed off to the dollar store yet, tell me what you do to decorate your front door for fall by leaving a comment in the comments section. I've also teamed up with a group of 75 bloggers to share tons of Fall Harvest Ideas with you! From crafts, to recipes, to home decor and more…we have you covered for Fall inspiration!
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