Welcome to this month’s thrift store challenge, where I will show you how I took a $3 Thrift Store Wreath and gave it a pretty makeover for fall!
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- Upcycle an item(s) from a thrift store, resale store, or garage sale into a new piece of decor.
- There’s no monthly theme.
- There’s no budget to stick to.
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Thrift Store Wreath
I popped into one of my favorite thrift stores and was thrilled to find this large simple wreath just waiting for a fall makeover!
Check out the original price and the markdown-plus blue was 50% off that day, making this 24″ wreath only $3-score!
After I had the wreath, I stopped by the dollar store to pick up a few fall stems.
I already had metallic pumpkins leftover from my metallic fall tablescape.
Then it’s just a matter of hot gluing the leaves and pumpkins around the wreath so it is nice and full.
I’ve always enjoyed making wreaths and have a seasonal one on the front door.
But, I also like to hang one or two on the inside of the home as well. So for $6 this fall wreath was definitely a great thrift store find.
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