Autumn Leaves Wreath From Paper Lunch Sacks

Use inexpensive paper bags to craft a beautiful wreath for Fall that will astound all your friends because it looks so amazing! Just in time to decorate your home for the season.

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If you love budget home decor and thrifty crafting, my friend, I promise this wreath is going to blow your mind! It's made entirely from paper bags! Yes, those cheap brown paper lunch sacks that you might have used to carry your lunch to school once upon a time. And what's better for early September than a DIY wreath you can make in a couple hours - for just a couple bucks?! 🍂🍂

I painted the bags with copper paint, cut them into leaf shapes and attached them to a wreath base. It was fast and easy and turned out SO much better than I thought!

The painted paper leaves look just like magnolia leaves! Of course, you can cut them any shape you want. I hope you're excited to try this easy and thrifty DIY wreath. You can find all the details and the step by step tutorial at  DIY Copper Magnolia Wreath From Paper Bags. You'll find all my tips and tricks to successfully making this beautiful wreath!

I'm sharing this beautiful wreath today for Home and Decor Encore. If you're new here, we are a team of bloggers who've been at this gig for several years. That means we have LOTS of posts, many that you might not have seen! So we refresh the ones we think you'll love and share them on Fridays. To see my past H&DE projects, click here. I hope you'll visit all the posts below shared by my blogging friends, there are always so many great ideas.

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