Spring is such a beautiful time of year, with all of the flowers blooming and bees buzzing. It inspires me to get out, shake off the cobwebs, and get to work on my own garden. Even though it is still a little bit chilly here, I hope that this wreath inspires you to plant your own garden. Make your own by following my easy tutorial!
Have y'all noticed the bicycle decor trend going on at Dollar Tree and Dollar General this year? I love it! I also love making wreaths out of shelf liner. I combined these two loves into the cute Dollar General shelf liner bicycle wreath. Check out my tutorial to make one of your own!
This beautiful Dollar Tree triple pouf deco mesh wreath is a reminder to take a moment, smell the flowers, and just keep life simple! Follow my tutorial to make one!
I may live in the mountains, but I have tons of nautical decorations in my bathroom. That way, I can pretend to be at the beach anytime I want! In this tutorial, I'll show you how to make a nautical wreath to bring a touch of the beach to your home as well.
Dollar Tree has so many cute Spring signs, I couldn't wait to get home and make a wreath after picking a few up. Bring a splash of color to your front door with my easy Spring wreath tutorial!
Isn't it amazing what you can make with just a few standard household items? My tutorial will show you how to make a beautiful wall hanging with a pizza pan and a place mat!
I adore mandalas, so I was so excited to come across this mandala sign in my local Dollar Tree! Now, the lights on this wreath are totally optional, but I think it adds a nice effect. Check out my tutorial to make one!
This popular fuzzy bunny wreath has definitely been making its rounds on various social media channels, and I was so happy that many of my followers asked me to recreate it. So, here is my version of the Dollar Tree fuzzy yarn bunny wreath.
Here it is: my spin on the popular tulip wreath. I don't like using mostly flowers and a tiny bit of greenery, so this is a perfect balance for my taste. Check out my easy tutorial below to learn how to make an easy Dollar Tree tulip wreath.
Cross wreath forms can be hard to come by at the Dollar Tree, and can cost upwards of $5 on online crafting sites. With my easy tutorial, you can make wire cross wreath forms for only $0.50 each!
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