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Spring Wreath – Dollar Tree DIY

Wreathes are beautiful, but can be so expensive! Challenge yourself to make your own spring wreath using only items from Dollar Tree like this one!

Dollar Tree DIY - Spring Wreath

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I love wreathes, but I just do not see paying the high prices on some of the store bought ones. I see vendors at craft shows displaying their beautiful handmade wreathes, but the prices are way more than I can afford. I’ve looked at and priced the materials to make some of these wreathes and they are not cheap! There’s also the time involved in making these gorgeous wreathes, so I completely understand why they are priced the way they are.

If you know me, then you know how much I love Dollar Tree and turning their items into something that looks way more expensive than it is. We are on a budget, yet I like nice things so I shop cheap and make my own home decor.

Let me show you how I made this beautiful spring wreath using only items from Dollar Tree.

What You Need

Materials for Spring Wreath

*The links above are links to the items at Walmart in case you want to see similar items to the ones I used*

I didn’t show the ribbon in the picture above because it was something I already had on hand. Dollar Tree has lots of really pretty ribbon, though! Also, I wasn’t going to add the ribbon, but I ran out of burlap and needed something to go along the bottom of my wreath. So now that you know the ribbon story, let’s get started!

This is my favorite glue gun:

What You Do

Step 1: Wrap the wreath form

Spring Wreath Step 1

I just wrapped the wreath form for my spring wreath in burlap in no special way. Just pick a spot and start wrapping making sure the burlap is overlapping as it goes around. Since I ran out of the burlap I chose to use this pretty coral color ribbon I already had on hand to finish the wreath.

Step 2: Add some flowers to the spring wreath

Step 2

I added some daisies to my spring wreath at the top of the coral collar ribbon. You can place these anywhere you want on your wreath, but I wanted mine to be close to the bottom and off to the side. I just cut the stems off the flowers and stuck them into the holes in the burlap, using hot glue to secure them in place.

Step 3: Hang the wind chime

Step 3

Adding the wind chime to the spring wreath was probably the easiest part! I just hooked the little hanger over the top of the wreath form, hiding it under the burlap. I did not glue it on just in case I wanted to change it out later.

Step 4: Add a bow to the spring wreath

Step 4

I made a little bow for the top of the wreath to give it a little more decoration and not to look so plain. The added bow also hides the spot where the wind chime is hanging, so you don’t have a gap in the burlap!

Completed Wreath 2nd Pic
Completed Wreath

Now you have a very easy and beautiful handmade spring wreath using only items from Dollar Tree! I love how simple and quick it is to make and how inexpensive. This wreath only cost me $4 to make!

Do you like making your own home decor? What’s your favorite thing you’ve ever made for your home?

Spring Wreath DIY

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35 thoughts on “Spring Wreath – Dollar Tree DIY”

  1. Michele – that’s a lovely wreath! Do you think it’s sturdy enough to hang outside on the front door? We’re looking for a wreath like this that doesn’t draw birdies to nest in leaves (altho fascinating to see little birdies hatch & grow!) Blessings! πŸ’πŸ£πŸ’

    1. Thank you! I think it would be study enough because it’s made using one of the metal wreath forms and they seem pretty strong. I have mine hanging on the front door and it has done fairly well. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you so much!! Haha! I used to be horrible at wrapping presents, but I’ve had a lot of practice over the years. πŸ˜€

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