Did you do any shopping during the black Friday and cyber Monday weekend? I did and one of my scores was a fake wreath at Michael’s, it was on sale for $2 and I was still able to use a 25% off coupon. Those great savings means I ended up with a wreath that originally cost $5.99 for $1.50 how awesome is that. So that purchase brings me to today’s post where I am sharing an extremely easy and budget friendly DIY Christmas wreath.Even if you don’t get the wreath for the price that I did this project can still be very friendly and it can be completed fairly quick. Let’s get started:
- Wreath (I used a fake one)
- Ribbon (dollar store)
- Fake Poinsettia’s (dollar store)
- Wire Cutter
- Glue Gun
I began by laying out my wreath and deciding where exactly I wanted to place the bow. For my bow I used the process that I did with this gift bow to personalize it.
After I finished it I just used some hot glue to stick it on to the wreath. Next, I began using my wire cutter to cut the stems off the poinsettias.
I didn’t cut the stems too short so that I would be able to just stick them in and not have to hot glue them. But if you prefer something more secure then by all means cut the stem short or even just pull the poinsettia off the fake stem and hot glue it to the wreath.Once all the flowers are in their place you are done and the wreath is ready for the door. You can also make more than one and place them around the rest of your house like the bedroom doors or you can even get small wreaths and place them on your kitchen cabinets.I hope my easy DIY Christmas wreath inspired you to create your own for your home. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!