DIY Autumn Wreath

DIY Holiday Wreath | The Urban Pig

I have loved being in Colorado so much, especially because a really good friend of mine who I have known since I was a kid lives here as well, and so we have had some fun doing Pinterest DIY projects together. She found this idea for an autumn wreath, so she, her mom, and I went to the craftstore where we all picked out wreaths and flowers to make our individual projects. Her mom also does a beautiful job at making bows from burlap, so she taught us how, and with a little help, we each had a unique holiday wreath.

DIY Holiday Wreath | The Urban PigDo you know that fully-decorated wreaths at craft stores can range from $20-100!? Our personalized ones, with coupons, each cost about $25. All you really need is a wreath ($3-$5), flowers, (the bundles tend to be cheaper, but I grabbed a bundle of white ones and a single orange statement flower), some burlap (we split a 10-yard roll for $6, each of us used 3 yards), hot glue and/or wire to attach your pieces to the wreath.

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DIY Holiday Wreath | The Urban Pig

DIY Holiday Wreath | The Urban PigSuch an easy (and classy!) way to add some holiday cheer to your home. (Except ours is currently hanging on our closet door while we wait to have a home…)

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  1. Beautiful! Autumn is such a lovely time of year.

  2. yippee for crafts!! what a great job!!! be sure to check out mine here:

    see you around!


  3. This is so cute! I love the bow

  4. OMG that is beautiful! How festive!

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