Use Dollar Tree ornaments, in any color, to make a beautiful and budget-friendly DIY Ornament Wreath with this simple tutorial.
Rose Gold is hugely popular not only in jewelry but also in home decor. I was thrilled to see rose gold ornaments at Dollar Tree and knew immediately that I wanted to make an ornament wreath.
This is such an easy process but really is eye catching especially with the beautiful rose gold ornaments. You would never know that this wreath cost under $10 to make!
Let me show you how:
Rose Gold Dollar Tree Ornament Wreath
Start by covering the wreath form with foam batting to cover the wire and also make it easier to attach the ornaments.
Then cover the entire wreath with the gold mesh. You will see this on the sides of the wreath and don’t want to add ornaments to the side as it won’t lie flat against the wall.
Next, attach hot glue to the ornament cap and just below the cap and start adding the ornaments working from the inside of the wreath to the outside. Again, make sure you can hang the wreath flat.
I used 4 large packs of ornaments and 2 small packs. Once you get going it comes together very quickly. I had the entire wreath done start to finish in under an hour.
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As I was looking at this wreath hanging up, it actually could be used through New Years as well. One of the things I try to share at Our Crafty Mom is that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to decorate for each Season.
Not only can you find everything you need for the Holidays at Dollar Tree, but you can rest assured that the decorations will be on trend, as shown with the rose gold decorations.
I also found beautiful angel wings in rose gold with white faux fur and deer stags as well! Wait until you see what I am making with those!
You’ll have to come back when I share in an ornament exchange coming soon!
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If you liked this project, here is another ornament wreath I made last year: