How to Make a Halloween Wreath from the Dollar Tree

This week I made this gorgeous Halloween wreath, and everything except the wreath frame came from the Dollar Tree! I cannot be more happy with the way it turned out.

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Some friends of mine and I like to get together and do a little crafting occasionally, and this time we decided to make these Halloween wreaths. It was really easy – even for my non-crafty friend. Hers is the one on the left. Love her witchy theme with lots of purple and the pop of white.

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You can see the different colors and variations even though we used similar stuff – all the from the Dollar Tree! The wreath frames we got from Hobby Lobby. A large grapevine wreath frame is about $8 and you can use the 40% off coupon from their website to get a few dollars off that.

All said and done I spent about $17 in supplies to make my wreath. Our inspiration wreath was selling for $90! We can’t believe we were able to make it for so much less.

The Dollar Tree has a ton of high quality ribbon right now – even a burlap style with a cute black and orange chevron pattern. Some of these ribbons would cost at least twice as much at other stores.

I also got these cute decorations to bling out my wreath even more. I love the cat. That’s my favorite.

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The little lantern lights up.

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To make it we just tied the ribbon onto the grapevine. I tied a few pieces into bows…

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And some into loops for fullness.

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But the tulle ribbon and thinner glittery ribbon I just tied in single knots.

We tied all the accessories on with ribbon (they are made of wire). We added a little glue under the sign to hold it in place, but it’s not necessary.

I’m so ready for Halloween now!

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Head to Dollar Tree to snap up these cute ribbons and accessories to make a cute Halloween Wreath for yourself. It was such a great deal and the wreath was so much fun to make!

Blessings and Happy Halloween!

Susan

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