You guys probably don’t know this about me, but I love crafts. I scrapbook, make greetings cards and even make my own earrings. But my favorite thing to craft for is Holidays 🙂 Today I’m sharing with you a DIY I did about 4 years ago with my sister. If you do it right, you won’t spend more than $15 (tools included)!
First, start with a wreath. I got mine from Michael’s for $3.99.
Next, you’ll need some ornaments. I prefer the look of glass, but if you have small kids or if you’re doing this project with kids I’d suggest you opt for the plastic kind. I got mine from the Dollar Tree for just $1 per set! You’ll need 2-3 sets depending on how ornament heavy you want your wreath to be.
I keep my wreath on the front door and just adore the slight jingle of these bells every time someone opens the door 🙂 My son also likes to shake them. It’s the little things, right!? You can also find these at the Dollar Tree for $1 a bag!
Lastly, gather up some festive looking floral bits and bobs. I recommend anything that looks like a pine-cone, berry or poinsettia flower. Is anyone surprised at this point that I also found these at the Dollar Tree for $1 each? This post is not sponsored, p.s…. I’m naturally this cheap.
Then just use a hot-glue gun to assemble your affordable Christmas Wreath 🙂
For more Christmas DIY’s, be sure to check out Blogmas Day 8 at: