5 Minute Dollar Tree Christmas Wreaths
Hey there friends! Hope you are all doing well! Today is day 9 of the 12 days of Christmas and this time we are doing some 5 minute farmhouse inspired Christmas wreaths out of Dollar Tree items.
I didn’t mean to make most of these Dollar Tree DIYs, however, I had the items so I might as well use them.
There will be 2 versions of these wreaths and I will show the second below, however, I will only share the instructions for the white one. If you wish to see the red and khaki one you can always check out the Youtube video on my channel.
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I had some of these cloths from Dollar Tree on hand and you can find them in the automotive section.
So I cut them into strips and began to wrap them around these Dollar Tree wreaths. The smaller ones come 2 to a pack. I added hot glue every so often to the wreath to make sure the cloth was secured on properly.
Next I had this wooden tree form that I had removed from a Dollar Tree farmhouse truck for another DIY and decided to stain it with my Aged Glaze that I have been using on everything lately.
It just has the perfect stain color!
Of course, one was not enough and I came across these trees in this Dollar Tree pack. This was the same pack the snowflakes on my cork ornaments came from.
Next, I hot glued them onto the wreath. Easy peasy!
I took some ticking striped ribbon and created a bow and hot glued it on as well.
I love how it looks on my faux cutting boards on my kitchen wall.
And here is the khaki and red version.
These are super sweet and quick to make if you find yourself running out of time for your holiday decorating! Which one is your fave?
As always, don’t forget to share with your crafty friends!
I will see you all tomorrow!
Until then…. adios!