This Fall Wreath Idea is probably one of the most frugal and resourceful crafts I have completed.
The whole process actually started before summer when I found a wreath at a garage sale for a $1.00.
I then cut apart the leaves and flowers with utility scissors leaving enough stem so that I could tuck them in between the openings of the wreath.
Next, I cut out the ribbon and tied that on.
Finally, I took the left over piece of the flowers and stuck that in the back of the pumpkin,.
I tucked that into the wreath above the bow.
So for a total of $5 and minimal effort, I now have a Fall Decoration at my front door.
Since it is no glue, I can do this all over again in the winter, spring, and summer.
What kind of garage sale finds have you given an upgrade to? Did you transform it into something totally different?
Looking for some additional Garage Sale Inspiration? Check out these Galvanized Buckets I bought and decorated –> Flower Arrangement DIY Craft!.