Welcome to Our Crafty Mom! I wanted to share my 4th of July Wreath made with items from the Dollar Tree. I love being able to create things on a budget and the Dollar Tree really makes it easy! I made a St. Patrick’s Day Wreath that was pretty popular, so I figured I would make a Fourth of July one as well.
Sure enough, I was able to get all the items I needed for $10! I bought 9 bunches of flowers in red, white and blue and a foam wreath. They have two sizes, I used the larger wreath base. This is so simple a tutorial isn’t really needed, but just in case anyone is interested, I just cut the flowers apart, added a little hot glue on the stem (trimming them down to the right size) and stuck them in the foam wreath. I like it pretty full and 9 bunches of flowers gives you just the right amount. I then tied a piece of white ribbon for hanging on the wreath hanger on my front door.
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The entire project took about 30 minutes. While I was there I also picked up some cute little flags & hung them around the pots by the front door to make it more festive. Happy Fourth!
You can pretty much make any Holiday or Seasonal wreath with Dollar Store supplies. I do find some of the flowers are better than others. For example, they seem to have a large supply of fall flowers, whereas the Christmas flowers are limited. Another way to make your wreath more impressive, is to layer two sizes of wreaths together as shown in my fall wreath Here