Budget friendly Christmas Crafts
Good day friends! It’s been an awesome few days for me! Simply because I am crafting my heart away. The other day I shared my Dollar tree Christmas wreaths HERE. If you missed Dollar tree wood ornaments, you can check those out HERE. SUPER CUTE!
I’ve been on a roll for sure. Yesterday I decided I was going to finish up the remaining seven wreaths I want to gift to my friends at our Bunco party I am hosting this year.
From the outside looking in, everything looks pretty peaceful around here. After all, it is only Mike, Lucy and myself here these days. However, I am a craft maniac with the music blaring and literally hopping around the kitchen like a nut ball! HA! I love it.
My initial thoughts when making these wreaths is that they would all be a bit similar, just changing up the ribbon, etc. After I was on a roll, they all started to turn out a bit different. Makes sense, my friends are all unique and different. I didn’t personalize any of them, however you could do that. Add a name with stencils, or a Monogram.
I had the twine, and heavy jute in my craft stash. You can pick up a roll of that at Walmart. It lasts forever and I always seem to find a use for it when crafting.
Aren’t they just darling?! I’m pretty smitten with them myself. The joy of crafting will always be in my soul. You don’t realize how much you enjoy something until you haven’t done it in a while. I jumped on Facebook live HERE, to say hello and share with you all a quick tutorial on these wreaths. There isn’t much to them. Wrap some ribbon, jute, fabric and even a sock around the wire form. Hot glue it in place, and embellish accordingly.
I hope this inspires you to do some Dollar Tree Christmas crafting this season. No matter your budget, the Dollar tree makes it affordable to still give a small gift to friends, family, co-workers, etc. Something they will appreciate and use year after year.
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Budget friendly Christmas crafts
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