DIY Neautral Tone Dollar Tree Fall Wreath

DIY Neautral Tone Dollar Tree Fall Wreath

Welcome to our DIY Neutral Tone Dollar Tree Fall Wreath tutorial, where we'll guide you through the creative process of crafting a stunning autumn wreath that seamlessly blends rustic charm with farmhouse elegance. Using affordable Dollar Tree supplies and a touch of creativity, you'll transform a simple grapevine wreath into a beautiful fall centerpiece. So, gather your crafting essentials, including an 18-inch grapevine wreath, a hot glue gun, wire cutters, wicker-looking pumpkins, mums, cotton tails, and various eucalyptus bushes from Dollar Tree, and let's embark on this crafting adventure together!

What you need

18-inch grapevine wreath

Hot Glue Gun/ Glue sticks


2 Dollar tree wicker-looking pumpkins (they have different colors for these)

1 bunch of Mums flowers in white

1 bunch of tree cotton tails

2 bunches  flat eucalyptus in green and 2 in white

1 bush regular eucalyptus 


In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to expertly cut and arrange the elements to achieve a harmonious balance of colors and textures, resulting in a wreath that captures the essence of autumn and welcomes the season in style. Follow our step-by-step instructions to create your own stunning Dollar Tree Fall Mum Farmhouse Wreath and add a touch of seasonal elegance to your home decor.



Step 2: Attaching the Eucalyptus

Apply hot glue to a few of the eucalyptus stems to secure them more firmly to the grapevine wreath.

Begin weaving the eucalyptus branches into the grapevine wreath. You can intersperse them throughout the wreath to achieve a balanced and organic look. Make sure they are securely attached.

Step 3: Adding the White Eucalyptus and Cotton Tails Follow the same process with the white eucalyptus and the cotton tails, cutting them to size and using hot glue to attach them securely to the wreath. The cotton tails will add a soft and textural element to your design.

Step 4: Attaching the Mums Using your wire cutters, trim the stems of the mums to leave about 2 inches of stem. Apply hot glue to the cut end of each stem and carefully weave them into the grapevine wreath. The mums will provide a pop of natural color against the neutral tones of the eucalyptus and cotton tails.

Step 5: Adding the Pumpkins The pumpkin stems may be a bit tough to cut with regular wire cutters, as they are made of wood. Consider using more heavy-duty wire cutters or a knife. Once the stems are trimmed to your liking, use hot glue to attach the pumpkins to your wreath. You can place them strategically for balance and visual interest.

Step 6: Finishing Touches To complete your Dollar Tree Fall Wreath, layer the greenish/brownish eucalyptus pieces throughout the wreath. This adds depth and complements the other elements. Make sure everything is securely attached.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully created a beautiful Neutral Tone Dollar Tree Fall Wreath that exudes the essence of autumn with its earthy tones and natural textures. Hang it on your door or use it as a stunning centerpiece to welcome the fall season into your home. Enjoy your handcrafted fall decor!


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