Whip up this adorable red buffalo check Dollar Tree candy cane wreath with just a few supplies in about 30 minutes!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
Only 3 months until Christmas! Can you believe it? Time to start getting those Christmas crafts going so you’re ready to deck the halls when the holiday season arrives plus get the supplies you need before they’re picked over.
Let’s kick it off with this adorable candy cane wreath! Isn’t it cute! I love it! And it’s so easy to make too!
What you need
- Candy Cane wreath form from Dollar Tree
- 2 9 foot rolls of ribbon – the ribbon I used for this candy cane is from the Dollar Tree fall collection. You’ll have extra ribbon leftover.
- Ribbon for the bow – the ribbon I used for this candy cane is from Joann
- Christmas picks or stems – the red berries I used for this candy cane is from Dollar Tree
- Hot glue and glue gun
That’s it! And look how cute it turns out! So grab those candy cane wreath forms before they’re hard to find!
If you like the ribbon I used and can’t find it anymore you could find similar ribbon at the craft store. Use wired ribbon.
You can watch how I make this adorable Dollar Tree candy cane wreath on my Instagram page too!
How to make the candy cane wreath
Fold over about 1 inch of ribbon and attach to the back of the top of the candy cane with hot glue.
Once attached, begin wrapping the ribbon around the candy cane.
When you get to the end of the roll, attach more ribbon on the back and continue to wrap around the wreath form until you get to the end.
Hot glue the end in place and trim off any excess ribbon.
Make a bow and attach to the candy cane with hot glue.
Trim off some berries and either hot glue or stick them in the ribbon.
This is such a fun and easy craft and this candy cane is about 21 inches tall so great to hang on your door, or anywhere in your home!
If you love candy canes and Christmas crafts you’re going to love this adorable candy cane wreath! If you make one too I’d love to see! Snap a picture and tag me on Instagram or my Facebook page at motherthyme.