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Super Cheap and EASY DIY Christmas Ornament Wreath!!

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I absolutely love Christmas decorations and it’s even more fun when I get to create them myself. I love finding inexpensive, fun, yet cute things I can do to spruce up my home even more.

I recently let my oldest son help me create a Pom Pom Christmas wreath, which he absolutely loved and wanted to put on his bedroom door. Of course my youngest two, begged to have a wreath done for their door. So I decided I would make another Christmas wreath, but this time using Christmas ornaments from the DOLLAR TREE.

I LOVE budget friendly projects especially when Christmas wreath’s can be 25 to 30 dollars when purchasing them from other stores. This wreath cost me less than 10 dollars if you already have a glue gun, which I was very happy about.

If you’re interested in learning how you can make your own Christmas wreath out of ornaments. Please read below. I also included a video tutorial for those who learn better visually.

MATERIALS

1 Christmas Foam Wreath

Approximately 30 Christmas Ornaments (purchased from dollar tree)

Glue gun with glue sticks

1 Christmas Bow (purchased from dollar tree)

INSTRUCTIONS

Use you hot glue gun to glue each ornament on to the wreath. You can glue the ornaments on top, on the sides, and inside of the wreath. (Make sure you leave an opening for the bow).

After all the ornaments are on, glue the bow in the opening you left for it.

VERY SIMPLE AND EASY. If you would like to see a video. Click below πŸ™‚

VIDEO TUTORIAL

82 thoughts on “Super Cheap and EASY DIY Christmas Ornament Wreath!!”

  1. Ohhhh!!!! I was just doing Christmas ornaments today!!! And this is such a lovely thing.. may be I should DIY more ornaments and follow your idea of this wreath… perfect timing for the blog!

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