This little cotton wreath has a secret: It started at the Dollar Store. In fact, I often shop at the Dollar Store for craft supplies. I save a TON of money this way!
My local dollar store usually has little grapevine wreaths. They’re a bit smaller, so they’re perfect for seasonal craft projects like this cotton wreath.
I recently scored two old windows to fill a wall in our living room. I scraped off the loose paint, but I still haven’t decided how I want to finish them. Until then, I’m preoccupied with fall decorating.
Here’s everything you will need to make this simple cotton wreath:
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- grapevine wreath (dollar store)
- fall berry sprig (dollar store)
- cotton boll sprig (craft store)
- floral wire cutter
- burlap for hanging (optional)
DIY Cotton Wreath Instructions
Follow the video tutorial below. This wreath was super simple and came together in a snap. I simply dis assembled by larger springs into smaller individual ones. Then I stuck each individual sprig into the wreath and wrapped it around to secure. I only added the spring to about the bottom-right one-third or so of the grapevine wreath.
So simple, but gorgeous! Love it with the old window! Definitely pinning this.
What a great and easy DIY! I love it! Thank you for sharing.
I think the windowpanes are perfect the way they are. I would not refinishing in anyway. The rustic look is gorgeous especially with your little wreaths.