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Dollar Store Christmas Ornament Wreath

By: Elizabeth Fischer from destinationdecoration.com
Dollar Store Christmas Ornament Wreath
Dollar Store Christmas Ornament Wreath
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Gussy up your front door this Christmas season when you learn how to make a wreath that is extra cute and extra cheap. This dollar store craft idea uses dollar store ornaments to create one lovely wreath. This Christmas craft idea will take you about an hour to finish and is easy to personalize. All you have to do to make a DIY wreath that matches your décor style is purchase ornaments in the right hue. If you’d rather make something silver and gold, you could easily spray paint the ornaments before you put together the Dollar Store Christmas Ornament Wreath.

In the Designer's Words: "Create this festive ornament wreath using Dollar Store materials. The wreath costs less than $15 to make and only takes about 1 hour from start to finish. The project uses a Styrofoam floral wreath, ornaments, hot glue, and ribbon. This ornament wreath is the perfect decoration for the Christmas season."

Estimated Cost: $11-$20

Time to complete: In an evening

Main Material: Glass

Easy

Materials List
  • Dollar Store ornaments (various sizes)
  • Styrofoam floral wreath
  • Hot glue
  • Ribbon
Instructions
  1. Hot glue large and medium ornaments to the inner and outer part of the floral wreath.
  2. Continue gluing large and medium ornaments to the other parts of the wreath.
  3. Fill in the gaps with the small ornaments. You may need to glue the small ornaments to the other ornaments instead of to the wreath.
  4. Make a loop with your ribbon and glue both free ends to the back of the floral wreath. If you would like, you can also add a bow.
  5. Hang on a door or wall and spread some Christmas cheer!


Dollar Store Ornament Wreath

 

 

Love this wreath? Check out our video tutorial for how to make a Dollar Store Ornament Wreath.

 

 


 

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What a great project to do with a group of kids like girl scouts or boy scouts or just with a group of friends to see what everyone can come up with on their wreaths and the best part is you can find the supplies at the dollar store or why not search the thrift stores or even your own stash from previous years. Super easy and a video to watch to go along with the tutorial.

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I love the look of this ornament wreath, especially varying the sizes of each ball ornament for visual interest! I could see putting little pearls in between or dusting the ornaments with some glitter or wisps of glittered sticks here and there or holly leaves for a more embellished look! This would also,look great on a table runner with a large candle in the center!

What a great Idea. Now I know what to do with the random plastic ornaments in my Christmas box. I just painted my front door teal blue so I would make this in a combination of white, silver and blue balls. A similar wreath would be quite pricey in a home decor store.

Amazing!! What a creative way to make an affordable decoration for the holidays. I really like that this is so full and sparkling.

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