Dollar Store Christmas Wreath

December 12, 2018

Hello blog friends.  I hope you're all enjoying this holiday season.  One of the ways that I have been enjoying this season is by doing some crafting.  

Each year I really love making my own Christmas decorations.  

I really wanted to make my own Christmas wreath this year for my back door.  I was so happy and thrilled to visit the dollar store back in November for all of my supplies.  I LOVE the Dollar Tree store!

I also used some items I already had in my stash such as the ribbon and garland.  I bought the red and white ribbon (that was already curled) in a local card store and the garland in a local dollar store.

This wreath was so much fun to make and it took me less than a half hour to make.


  • 5 Christmas Ornaments
  • 1 Bow
  • Garland - I had this in my stash
  • Red and White Ribbon - I had ribbon in my stash (The ribbon was already curled) 
  • Glue Gun
  • Small Wreath
  • Small Door Hanger

I laid out all of my supplies on newspaper.

I took the pine cone and holly off of the red bow as in the photo above in the lower right hand corner.  I used instead the red and white ribbon.  The red and white ribbon came already curled, so I didn't need to curl the ribbon.  I used the twist tie on back of bow and tied it to the wreath.

Next I decided where I wanted my ornaments to be placed on the wreath.

I next heated up the glue gun.  Once the glue was hot, I hot glued the garland, ornaments, and bow onto the wreath.

Dollar Store Christmas Wreath

Thanks for stopping by.  I hope I've inspired you to do some crafting and make your own Dollar Store Christmas Wreath!

Enjoy the rest of the week and have a nice weekend.

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  1. Great job, the big snowman really makes it!

  2. This turned out so cute! I have one of those ornaments and I'm using it on my front porch!

  3. What a great job! That looks fantastic and for such a reasonable price! WOW

  4. The Dollar Tree is always one of my favorite stores for seasonal things. I like the plaid ornaments. The wreath turned out so well.
    xx Beca

  5. Lovely!!! Your wreath turned out so pretty. Question: What kind of ribbon did you use? How did you curl your ribbon so prettily?

    1. Good question. The red and white ribbon I had already in my stash and it was already cured.

  6. Wow Julie! Your wreath is phenomenal!

  7. Julie, this wreath is adorable. Kudos to you for creating such a fun pretty wreath.

  8. This is so adorable! The Dollar Tree really does have some nice looking items...especially for the holidays. Love your special touches. You could do anything with a nice wreath to start with. Holiday hugs!

  9. Julie,
    Love your wreath!! So cute!! I had plans for all kinds of crafting this season but time got away from me...Next year, I will no longer be working so I hope I will have more time to do Christmas crafting then. Maybe I should start in the Summer??
    Thanks so much for stopping by!!

  10. I just love your wreath! I can't believe you found such cute things for it at the Dollar Tree. I see all these crafts in blogland made from dollar store stuff, but when I go in there, the cute things are nowhere to be found!

  11. This is so beautiful Julie! Wow!! The dollar store? I’m amazed! What a great creation!

  12. This is awesome Julie. My daughter was just telling me that pintrest has a lot of picture of people decorating their houses this Christmas with all dollar tree things. She said the decor was so pretty. Your wreath will be right there with the others that decorate from the dollar store. This is really cute.
    Happy Thursday.

  13. Your wreath is adorable, my friend. and I can't believe you found those cute ornaments at the Dollar Tree!

    Have a beautiful weekend. Hugs!

  14. Your wreath is just darling, Julie! You and I both have a love for the Dollar Tree. I'm so grateful that I have one that is so close to my home.

  15. It is very cute! I loved that snowman the first time I saw it back in the fall. I regret not getting it now. Thanks for sharing at Thursday Favorite Things!


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