I had previously shown you how to update a wreath for spring. Click here for all the details.
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Whether you are starting from scratch or are redoing your current wreath, below you will find all the items needed:
- Pine cones
- Mini- Pumpkins (I purchased my mini-pumpkins at Dollar Tree. In case they run out, these are inexpensive as well.)
- Fall Mum flowers I used
- White paint
- Floral wire
Starting from scratch:
Get the look:
- Greenery (I could not find mine, but I have linked similar ones)
- Cute fall door mat
- White plant pots or White Ceramic Planters
- Front Decorative Rug
Paint the Dollar Tree mini-pumpkins white. You could also purchase this at many other stores.
Gather all the fall materials. I kept my spring greenery, which is able to match brown and orange colored flowers. I recommend finding greenery that is not too green as it will give you the flexibility to use autumn colors.
Cut your fall flowers from the bouquet with a diagonal plier and any greenery (if needed).
Arrange all your fall decor on the wreath to your liking and then tie them with floral wire.
Lastly, I always place a few of the same flowers I added to the wreath in the surrounding pots to assure cohesiveness. As a bonus, if your flowers start to dry out, the faux flowers will maintain the splash of color while you bring the real ones back to life!
I hope these simple tips help bring those wonderful autumn colors to your outdoor front door!
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