Updating a Fall Wreath

Hello everyone, this morning I’m sharing a simple way of updating a fall wreath .

Today is 10th on the 10th hosted by Ann from Apple Street Cottage.  Thank you  Ann for hosting each month.  I’m joined by a creative group of bloggers.

There’s a different theme every month and we need to keep our budget under $10 and this month I will be updating a fall wreath on a budget.

This is especially fun because we get to be creative with the theme while keeping to our $10 budget.

This month’s theme was anything and everything from apples to Halloween.

Immediately, I decided apples would be great for September because apple picking season begins in NJ, fun right?

Fall Wreath

So, after learning our theme, I started looking for fake apples.

After looking online, Factory Direct had fake Golden Delicious apples listed three for $5.59 and shipping therefore keeping me under budget.

I already had gilded walnuts I used for making a Fall Grapevine Citrus Wreath so I saved money again.

Next Step?

As a result of this wreath being around for a few years, updating the wreath felt necessary so I snipped a few of the branches to clean it up a bit.

Next, I placed my apples to get the placement correct.


Finally, I glued my apples as well as my walnuts into place

Besides staying within budget, I’m happy I decided to use this wreath on our front door for the fall season and for minimal fuss and money, it’s updated.

Do you try to repurpose and use what you already have in your home?

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

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