This sunflower fall wreath is great for the front door of your home during Autumn. Even better, it doesn’t cost a ton of money or time to make!
The fall season brings with it so many beautiful colors and flowers. It’s my favorite time of the year, and I love to decorate with the yellows, browns, and oranges of this time of year.
Which is what led me to making this dollar store craft. Frugal decor is the best way to decorate. It’s even better when it’s something that is easy to make. I don’t have a ton of time to spend on crafting, though it is something I enjoy.
Dollar Store Sunflower Fall Wreath
I was excited to make this fall craft to hang on my door. I LOVE the orange sunflowers I found to be the focal point of the piece. It’s such a striking difference than the yellow sunflowers I’m used to seeing and really stands out from the burlap and the accent cream flowers I used.
With this activity, I found out just how easy glue dots are to use. And they stick so well to the ribbon and the foam wreath. I don’t have to worry about pulling out my hot glue gun with my toddler around. This is a perfect alternative!
Speaking of kids, this sunflower fall wreath is one that you can get their help with. Since there’s no hot glue, you don’t have to worry about any burns!
How to Make This Fall Wreath
Consider making your own sunflower fall wreath for your front door. It could also be made and given as a gift if you know someone who loves the Autumn season. Or maybe someone with an October or November birthday?
It would be a low-cost gift that is also fun to make.
Check out these other fall craft ideas too!
- 10 Inch Wreath Form
- Burlap Ribbon - 9 Foot Roll
- Orange Sunflowers
- Cream Flowers
- 1/2 Inch Glue Dots (or Hot Glue if You Prefer)
- Attach two glue dots to one end of the ribbon. Attach ribbon to wreath form.
- Wrap ribbon around wreath form, overlapping the ribbon at the ends so none of the wreath form shows through.
- When you get the end where the ribbon meets up with the other end of the ribbon, overlap it and cut the ribbon, then attach glue dots to the end and secure on top of the other ribbon, in the back of the wreath. This area will be covered with flowers, so you will not see it.
- Remove 4 sunflowers from their stems, and 2 of the cream flowers.
- Apply a glue dot to the back of each sunflower and attach to the wreath, spacing them about ½ inch apart.
- Apply a glue dot to one side of the leaf on the cream flowers and attach to the wreath, slightly under each sunflower on either end.