$10 Dollar Tree Spring Wreath
I love to hang a new wreath on my door every season. Problem is they can get costly. I have been heading to my local Dollar Tree and making one from there. It only costs around $10. That is pretty darn cheap to change out every season. You can also keep them and reuse them for a few years.
This Spring Wreath is so very simple that there isn’t much directions, no glue, and only simple wrapping to make it. Start out by purchasing seven different flowers and a grass sprig (mine had butterflies) at your Dollar Tree. I found all my supplies in the front of the store. I also purchased a willow wreath and floral wire. You may want to purchase some wire cutters as well but I already had some.
Cut off each individual flower pushing the leaves toward the flower first. Leave about 3 inches of stem.
I randomly selected flowers but tried not to put 2 of the same next to each other. Lay the flower on the wreath and begin wrapping about an inch below the head of the flower. Wrap a few times around securely.
Add another flower and wrap again the same. I cut the wire and wrapped it back into itself to finish it off. I also did cut it a few times during the project to keep tangling down to a minimum. I also used a long piece of the wire to make a tie to hang the wreath from.
I only tuck in the grass pieces and butterflies. They are not secured and so far its been hanging up for a week and is fine. I love the spring flowers in this one. Brings back memories of the flowers in Michigan during springtime. Its one of the few things I miss about Michigan, tulips and fall leaves! Dollar tree had me at tulips 🙂 Let me know if you make one