Want to learn how to make Dollar tree Spring wreaths for your kitchen cabinets?
Good, you came to the right place. I also have an important announcement at the end of this post:)
You may recall around the Christmas season I had made some Dollar tree Christmas wreaths and they were so simple and turned out pretty cute. They really dressed up the kitchen without going overboard with decorating. I like to keep it simple in case you haven’t noticed. (hahahaha) I know my husband would be laughing at that statement.
So today I took a quick step in the Dollar tree and picked up some supplies to make Spring wreaths for the cabinets.
Remember I told you they know me on a first name basis over there. In fact, I shared Your must buys at the dollar tree not too long ago.
You are going to have to pardon the picture quality today. It is extremely gray and overcast here and has been for days:(
I promise to take some prettier pictures on a sunny day and give you the Spring kitchen tour of what I have done so far.
So far I have shared my Bird Burlap Spring art
Chalky painted flower mason jar
and my diy French country Spring pots
Clothes pin/rag laundry room wreath
and my Goodwill rooster makeover.
Now onto my Dollar tree Spring wreaths.
I bought two willow wreaths, some florals, ribbon, floral wire, floral tape, mini pots that came in a pack of 4 and a carrot jump rope.
First I snipped my florals to size with some wire cutters.
And yes, I know I am in desperate need of a manicure. Talk about Winter hands..blah!
Then I used the floral tape to wrap securely around my wreath.
I used the floral wire for the mini terracotta pots. I have never used floral wire and not sure if I even secured this correctly. I stuck it through the hole on the bottom and just pushed it down sideways so it would not slip through.
Then I was able to take the other end and wrap it around the wreath securely and have the pot resting on the wreath. Just make sure you cut your floral wire long enough to wrap around the wreath several times to fasten it. Keep in mind these are mini wreaths and mini pots. So nothing is really heavy.
I added moss on the bottom of the pot so the floral wire would not show.
Simply hot glued it.
I then hot glued the flowers to the side of the wreath
and added the carrot. Remember I mentioned it was a jump rope? I just cut the two carrots off and was able to embellish the wreath by hot gluing on top of the floral’s
I promise to be back with better photos..I was just excited to get this out to you now. You know why? because Dollar tree blows out of seasonal supplies fast!
So I say get them while you can.
Isn’t that scrabble tile just the cutest? My friend Linda from Itsy bitsy and pieces just sent that to me with a few other goodies.
She’s so sweet! You really enjoy her blog if you take a gander on over later.
See you back soon.
if you are not a regular here, I sure would love to see you back again.
Oh and you may have noticed the clock behind the stove. That was a recent LTD commodities purchase. I believe it was $13.99!
One last thing before you go: I mentioned when I shared my laundry room wreath, that was pretty thrifty and nifty.
You like Dollar tree?
My latest Dollar Tree Spring wreath HERE
I have plenty more ideas you can check out.
These are adorable, Debbie! I was at the Dollar Store today, and I saw all of those items, but I never would have thought to put them together — genius! I need to remember to use the smaller wreaths in places like the kitchen. Thanks for the Hometalk reminder too. 🙂
Very cute wreath, Debbie! It’s nice to see some springy things, while we’re still buried under snow here. I thought of you on Sunday when I went to Dollar Tree (I can’t go there now without thinking about you!)!
Cuteness times 2! Love the idea of using the carrots from the jump rope!!
The Dollar Store Queen has done it again….super, super cute Debbie!!!!
Gail @Purple Hues and Me
So cute and dainty! You’ve been having a ball creating dollar store projects! You come up with the best clever ways to use dollar tree items! Looking forward to your Hometalk how-tos on the eleventh! Love, love, love Hometalk! My blog traffic really increases when I post there and if they feature you on their Facebook page, the pageviews are unbelievable!
So cute Debbie, adore the carrot!
I love these!! What a cute idea!!
Dollar Tree Diva. That’s you!! Super cute. Love the tiny clay pots and what a great idea for decorating with them 🙂
Love how cute they look on your cabinet doors. Great job and easy tutorial to follow. Thanks for keeping us inspired. Should have gone by Dollar Tree today. As you said … they sell out fast. Sometimes I am so disappointed when someone shows something from Dollar Tree and my store is already out of them.
these are tooo cute…:)
Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces
These are adorable, Debbie! I really love the little sprigs of forsythia, my favorite spring flower! Thanks so much for the shout-out…I’m glad you liked it!
well Debbie you know I’m all over that. LOL. How adorable and now that I am in spring fever mode, I can’t wait to make these. Hugs.