I hope you are ready for a simple DIY that will knock your socks off! This Dollar Tree Winter wreath looks anything but cheap and makes the perfect transitional piece for my living room decor.
- Dollar Tree bamboo wreath form
- Evergreen picks or garland
- Eucalyptus Picks or garland
- Mini Pinecones
- Ribbon (or leftover gift bow)
- Hot Glue
I used this cute little bamboo wreath I found during a supply run to the Dollar Tree. Truthfully, any wreath form will do.
I used some leftover picks from Christmas. I like to keep greens in mydecor after Christmas to bring some life into things amd help it keep from looking so bare. I wasn’t quite ready to pack them away after undecorating, so I took my snips to them. You can recycle the picks by cutting the branches from the stems and tuck and hot glue them to the surface of the wreath form.
The eucalyptus came from clippings of a garland I had on hand as well. I suggest hot gluing your “base” first, which in this case is the evergreen and then use your secondary plant to tuck in and fill the empty spaces.
Are you seeing a trend here? I love to be resourceful when I can, and this wreath was no exception. I salvaged a bow from a Christmas gift, gave it a little trim, and embellished with a small pinecone in the center.
It was cute as a button in the center of the Dollar Tree Winter wreath. Jingle bells or even a cute little snowflake ornament would be adorable here in the center too.
How is that for a Dollar Tree project? I am so darn happy with this little beauty! She stands out nicely against my chippy white “cozy cabinet” in my living room!
I hope this was inspirational for you to go through the items you have in storage or maybe take one last look at your Christmas decor to see what you can reuse for a new purpose.