Dollar Store Pumpkin Fall Wreath. Turn $1 pumpkins into beautiful decor by covering them in fabric and adding them to a simple wreath!
Dollar Store Pumpkin Fall Wreath
I love exploring the dollar store for fall projects. There are so many things you can upcycle and create using dollar store items. One of my favorite things to buy in the fall are the bright orange $1 dollar store pumpkins!
Gorgeous Fall Wreaths to Make!
I am joining some friends who are also sharing DIY fall wreath ideas! Scroll down to see their gorgeous ideas!!
Dollar Store Pumpkin Fall Wreath
I love making things with these $1 orange pumpkins! In the past I created this colorful pumpkin mantel:
I also made a bright and colorful fall garland. The colorful pumpkins are some of my favorite fall DIYs and I love how affordable they are!
Wrap Dollar Store Pumpkins with Fabric
This fabric is from Hobby Lobby and I am obsessed!! I made the toilet paper pumpkins with this fabric. I also made fall pillows and used the left-over fabric to make this wreath!
Last week I sewed new fall pillows and made matching toilet paper pumpkins with the matching fabric, cut into strip. SO easy!
Dollar Store Pumpkins
I used the big orange dollar store pumpkin for the middle pumpkin in this wreath. The other pumpkins are smaller dollar store pumpkins. They are not hollow. So instead of pushing the fabric through the middle of the pumpkin, I carved out a section at the top and bottom of the pumpkin and then hot glued the ends of the fabric strips in the hole.
How to Make Dollar Store Fabric-Wrapped Pumpkins
It’s so easy to make these fabric-wrapped dollar store pumpkins! The process is just like I did with the toilet paper pumpkins. All I did was cut a hole at the top and bottom of the pumpkin. THe inside of the pumpkin is hollow. So once you cut the hole at the top and bottom you just wrap the fabric around the pumpkin, up through the hole and around. I used two strips of 1.5 yards of fabric, cut into 4 inch wide lengths.
Cut a Branch for the Pumpkin Stems
I cut a branch from a tree in my yard and hot glued the branches into the center of the pumpkins to create pumpkin stems. And then tied a small piece of ribbon around the stems.
Layer Wreaths for a Multi-Dimensional Look
Layering two wraths can give a wreath more dimension. I layered the eucalyptus wreath underneath and then the fern wreath on top. I tied them together with a ribbon. To add the pumpkins you can hot glue them on the wreath or use pieces of wire to attach the stems and pumpkins without damaging your wreath. To attach the pumpkins with wire, loop the wire through the back of the pumpkin and around the wreath, twisting the wire together to connect the pumpkin securely on the wreath.
Repurpose Wreaths for Different Seasons
You may recognize the eucalyptus because I used it when I created the dollar store star wreath over the summer. I love repurposing things!
Match Decor by Using the Same Fabric
I created a cohesive look throughout my home by using the same fabrics to make matching pillow covers, pumpkins and the wreath!
Gathered Fall Wreath // Finding Lovely
Mini Pampas Grass Wreath // Modern Glam
DIY Fall Wreath With Dried Florals // The Happy Housie
Felt Leaf Wreath Tutorial // Happy Happy Nester
Fall Metal and Leaf Wreath // My 100 Year Old Home
Dollar Store Pumpkin Fall Wreath // Tatertots & Jello
Bird Feeder Wreath // My Sweet Savannah
Romantic DIY Grapevine Wreath // The DIY Mommy
Nature Inspired Twig Wreath for Fall // Twelve On Main
More Fall DIY Wreath Ideas
Here’s another dollar store pumpkin idea. For this wreath I used the small dollar store pumpkins that are sold in sets of 3-4 and I spray painted them to match my door.
This one is SO easy. Just buy a pack of tiny pumpkins. Spray paint a grapevine wreath, hot glue the pumpkins on and add ribbon! You can see more of it in my Fall Tour from last year!
Which wreath do you want to make??
Let us know in the comments!