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Today, I am sharing some Dollar store Christmas wreaths in the kitchen that I whipped up in a jiffy. I wanted to add two of them to our upper cabinets. I love this look.
I did not however, want to make 20 of them for each cabinet so I focused on the two upper cabinets over the stove. I think they are the perfect splash of kitchen Christmas cheer.
I started to decorate for Christmas in our kitchen first. Seemed the easiest place to start.
Gathered my dollar tree supplies.
Two small Christmas wreaths
a pack of candy canes
1 pack of glitter ribbon bows
and some pick embellishments.
I cut the long stem off in order to easily hot glue in on the wreath. They are tiny wreaths and a bit skimpy quite honestly.
I took off the bow that they come with and used a glitter red bow.
I hot glued my candy cane on the side
and placed the embellishment over the candy cane and hot glued that.
I then cut a piece of ribbon to the length desired to fit nicely on the cabinet.
I used duct tape to adhere it to the inside of the cabinet.
Perfect amount of Christmas cheer on the cabinets.
More to come.
Gearing up for the 3rd annual Dollar tree party on December 6th.
Anything dollar related goes. Can be from the Dollar tree, Dollar General, Target dollar bins, etc. Cheap and easy is what we want to see.
Check out the past two years of DOLLAR tree Christmas galore right here!
Dollar tree Christmas party 2012
Dollar tree Christmas party 2013
Can’t wait to see what ideas you all inspire me and others with.
If you are not a regular here, I sure would love to see you back again.
More Dollar tree Christmas ideas
Feel free to browse through my Christmas archives. I have tons of Christmas decor all on a friendly budget.
i Love the Wreath idea. Soooo freakin Cute!! I definitely have to go to “The Dollar Tree!” My daughter’s & I Love that Store❤️
Me too! I’m a regular. I do think they call me by name now:)
Looks awesome, Debs!!!
Thanks so much Robin! Great to see you.
Penny @ The Comforts of Home
They are charming! And that is a great place to display them.
Thanks Penny! I didn’t want to have to make 20+ of them. So I found the focal point.
Cute wreaths, Debbie and I like where you put them….I think that’s exactly where I am going to add a few. I wanted to, but with so many cabinets in our kitchen I wasn;t seeing the obvious place! Woohoo, thank you!
Good JP Glad I sparked the idea for you!
Do you know where I can buy those cute red bows? I bought one package but would like more to match. Our Dollar Trees are sold out.
You can try Walmart. I really don’t know.
Very sweet and festive for the kitchen. Love this idea.
Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions
How cute are they! They are perfect on a cabinet door like that, too, Debbie. I’m always trying to think of something that won’t take up too much room – or fall into food – to put on the kitchen cabinets.
I didn’t want to over do it either Kathy! Hopefully they won’t fall into the pot of soup:)
Really like a whole lot…I was putting bows on all the hardware, but I like
this much better..very pretty
Tks for sharing.
Great! Thank you Deb.
They are adorable! I know what I’ll be making this weekend! 🙂
YAY! Have fun Mary Kay.
Darn you Debbie, that is so cute. I went from 12 large tubs filled with Christmas decor and about 5 garbage bags filled with Christmas sofa pillows etc; to 7 bins. Now I see this, and have to go and buy those materials. LOL. Our family Christmas Party is Dec. 15th, and this will be perfect.
HAHAHA..sorry Denise! Have fun and enjoy. Hey there are cheap enough that’s for sure!
I love visiting your blog and last years dollar store challenge was so fun. Love the wreaths xo
Another beautiful Dollar Store creation Debbie!!!…Just love them!…have a great weekend!
I love this look too. We still have no good dollar stores, all junk. We have a Hobby Lobby now. I can’t wait to get there
Here’s another darling piece you have made.Good Job Happy Thanks’Giving to you & your family..
I love the idea of hanging wreaths on the cabinets above the stove. I’m going to borrow this idea!! Thanks for always inspiring!
Such a cute idea, Debbie! I did something a bit similar last year, but used another kind of tape — didn’t hold very well and one or the other would fall down…..always in the middle of the night and scare the “you know what” out of me!
Duct tape is working great Carol!
It’s easy to make beautiful Christmas decor if you have a ton of cash to spend but you make it easy for those of us with very little cash, so thank you. The wreaths are perfect and I am now very tempted to extend my Christmas decorations into my kitchen as until I saw your wreaths I thought I couldn’t afford to dress up more than my living room to be honest. But these wreaths are just enough to add some Christmas cheer to my kitchen I think.
You are very welcome Angela! Enjoy.
I did this too! Must have learned it from YOU!