It’s about time to freshen up my front door with some much needed color and flowers. I am sharing a Dollar Store Spring wreath that is both easy to make and inexpensive too! If you are a fan of Dollar Store projects, and who isn’t, you can find more inspiring decor from other bloggers at the end of this post.
After Christmas I cleared off my porch and let the snow take over. My porch is bare and gray and in desperate need of some color. Even though the snow is still here, and probably going to stick around for a while, I’m ready to start decorating for Spring. This simple Dollar Store spring wreath cost just $4 and came together in a matter of minutes.
Here’s how to make a Dollar Store Spring wreath
Supplies – Shop Dollar Tree online and get your supplies right now
- Wreath form
- Teal burlap ribbon
- 2 bunches of pastel flowers
- Hot glue
- Wire cutter
- Wood round and paint (I already had these in my craft room)
Start by wrapping the ribbon around a wreath form and secure the ends with hot glue. Next, snip off a few flower stems using a wire cutter. I used about half the flowers from each stem, you really get a lot for $1!
These stems slip easily into the folds of the burlap ribbon. Once they are arranged use a little hot glue to secure them especially if you plan to hang this on an exterior door.
I liked how the flowers looked alone on the wreath, but I chose to add a little sign to dress it up a bit more. I had a wood round leftover from a Christmas project that I painted black and wrote Hello Spring on it.
This simple Dollar Store Spring wreath adds just a little color to my front door and helps me see past all the snow and cold. I can only hope Spring weather is just around the corner.
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