But it just wouldn't be true.
This idea was sent to me from my friend Magnolia via a Facebook message. She sent me a picture of this pumpkin wreath that she found on the Williams Sonoma website that she was planning to redo for cheap.
This wreath was listed for $99.95 which means that would have cost me one whole benjamin plus shipping so I decided that I, too, would try my hand at reinterpreting this pumpkin wreath for cheap.
One of my least favorite things is trying to glue moss to anything so I decided to use a grapevine wreath instead of a moss covered one for my wreath. Using this method meant I only needed 3 items to make this wreath: grapevine wreath, pumpkins and brown ribbon.
The WS wreath is listed at 16 inches. I used a 24 inch grapevine wreath.
I used 10 pumpkins on a stick to make my wreath. I spaced them out evenly around the wreath, poked the sticks through the grapevine and wrapped them around the back until they were snug. There's no perfect way to do this! Just keeping working with it until the pumpkin feels secure.
I tied a strip of ribbon around the wreath itself and then tied my bow to that string.
Here is my friend Magnolia's finished product on her interpretation of the pumpkin wreath. Doesn't it look fabulous?! Magnolia spent just under $30 on her wreath by utilizing sales and coupons.
I purchased all of my products at Hobby Lobby. Here is the cost breakdown for this cheap pumpkin wreath.
Grapevine wreath: $5.99
Pumpkins: $2.99 each
Ribbon: Varies. (Ribbon can be as cheap as you want or as fancy as you want. I already had some brown ribbon so I honestly don't know how much the few inches I used would have cost.)
Most expensive this wreath could be: $36 plus ribbon
Cheapest price this wreath could be: $18 plus ribbon
That's a savings of $82 at most and $64 at the very least! I could buy a lot of hoodie sweatshirts for that much money. A lot.
Happy wreathing Cheap Mamas!