Easy Dollar Tree Pumpkin Wreath with Pumpkin Patch Sign

Fall is practically here and it is the perfect time to decorate your home with a beautiful and festive Pumpkin Wreath with supplies from the Dollar Tree, of course! One of the best things about fall is pumpkins and with this easy DIY tutorial, you can create a gorgeous pumpkin wreath for your front door that will put a smile on all of your visitors. This project will not only save you money, but it is also a great way to create a personalized wreath for fall. So gather your materials and let’s get started!

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Supplies Needed

The first thing you will need to do is gather all the materials needed for this project. All the items that you need can be purchased from Dollar Tree, making this project cost-efficient and easy on your wallet. Here is a list of things you will need:

  • (2) 14-inch Dollar Tree wire wreath frames
  • 1 package of Dollar Tree decorative crinkle cut paper shred in the color brown
  • 4 zip ties (I found black ones at Dollar Tree and they matched the black wreath form
  • 2 packages of small pumpkins (they are on skewers) I got one in orange and one in white
  • 2 packages of small Orange and white pumpkin picks
  • Pumpkin patch sign
  • Hot glue gun
  • Glue sticks
  • Wire cutters
  • 1 wreath bow (see my tutorial below)
supplies for Dollar Tree Pumpkin Wreath

How to Make a Dollar Tree Pumpkin Wreath

Start by flipping one of the wire wreath forms over so the rounded top section is on the bottom (this will create the cage-like effect)

Step 1: Add Decorative Shred to the wreath

Next, add a layer of the decorative crinkle-cut paper shred, you won’t use even half of the bag so save it for another project.

decorative crinkle cut paper shred

Step 2: Arrange Your Pumpkins on the Wreath Frame

Now you can start choosing your pumpkin colors and design. It is fun to choose different colors for the pumpkins to add depth and contrast to the wreath.

pumpkins arranged in wreath form

Next, gently pull the skewer from the pumpkin and arrange the pumpkins on top of the decorative crinkle-cut paper shred. (I alternated the colors)

Step 3: Secure the Pumpkins inside the wreath

Place the other wire pumpkin wreath form on top.

in process Dollar Tree Pumpkin Wreath

Secure a zip tie on the top, bottom, and side of the wreath frame pulling tight to secure the pumpkins inside the wire wreath frames. Snip off excess with wire cutters or scissors.

cutting zip ties off wreath form

Step 4: Add Your Pumpkin Patch Sign

Add a cute Pumpkin Patch faux wood sign.

Dollar Tree Pumpkin patch sign

Cut off the top handle using scissors.

cutting handle off top of dollar tree sign

Put a generous amount of hot glue on the back of your pumpkin patch sign and place it in the center of the back of the wreath. Once the glue has dried, you can add the finishing touches.

back of dollar tree sign

Step 5: Add a Buffalo Check Wreath Bow

Finally, add a pretty wreath bow using a pipe cleaner on the back of the bow.

buffalo check wreath bow

YouTube Video Tutorial for Making a Wreath Bow

Watch my complete and easy-to-make bow tutorial below:

or you may want to try your hand at this faster 5-minute wreath bow below:

You may also want to make your own DIY Bow Maker! See How to Tutorial below:

Step 6: Hang Your Wreath

Finally, you can hang your wreath on your front door! You can use a wreath hanger like any of these or simply a thumbtack and a ribbon to hang it like below.

final Dollar Tree Pumpkin Wreath

Make sure to hang it at eye level so that it is easily seen by all who enter your home. You can even add some extra decorations, like fall leaves or a fall welcome mat, to complete the look.

completed Dollar Tree Pumpkin Wreath on white wall

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Creating a DIY project is always a fun and rewarding experience, especially when it is budget-friendly. This easy Dollar Tree pumpkin wreath tutorial is the perfect way to decorate your home this fall without breaking the bank. With just a few materials and some creativity, you can have a beautiful and festive wreath that your family and guests will love. So go ahead and get started on your pumpkin wreath today, and enjoy the fall season!

Dollar Tree Pumpkin Patch Wreath

One of the best things about fall is pumpkins and with this easy DIY tutorial, you can create a gorgeous pumpkin wreath for your front door that will put a smile on all of your visitors.

Equipment

Materials

  • 2 14-inch Dollar Tree wire wreath frames
  • 1 package of Dollar Tree decorative shred in the color brown
  • 4 zip ties (I found black ones at Dollar Tree and they matched the black wreath form
  • 2 packages of small pumpkins they are on skewers I got one in orange and one in white
  • 2 packages of small Orange and white pumpkin picks
  • Pumpkin patch sign

Instructions

  • Turn over one of the wreath forms, rounded side facing down.
  • Add a layer of the decorative shred, you won’t use even half of the bag so save it for another project.
  • Now you can start choosing your pumpkin colors and design. It is fun to choose different colors for the pumpkins to add depth and contrast to the wreath.
  • Next, gently pull the skewer from the pumpkin and arrange the pumpkins on top of the decorative shred. (I alternated the colors)
  • Place the other wire pumpkin wreath form on top.
  • Secure a zip tie on the top, bottom, and side of the wreath frame pulling tight to secure the pumpkins inside the wire wreath frames. Snip off excess with wire cutters or scissors.
  • Add a cute Pumpkin Patch faux wood sign.
  • Cut off the top handle using scissors.
  • Put a generous amount of hot glue on the back of your pumpkin patch sign and place it in the center of the back of the wreath. Once the glue has dried, you can add the finishing touches.
  • Finally, add a pretty wreath bow using a pipe cleaner on the back of the bow.
  • Finally, you can hang your wreath on your front door! You can use a wreath hanger or ribbon to hang it.

4 Comments

  1. These would be cute with the wreath form painted copper or gold, too!

  2. This is really different! You could use the same idea for Easter eggs for Easter decor.

  3. Oh my goodness, this is SO cute!

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