Grab a few supplies at Dollar Tree to make this gorgeous Dollar Tree ornament wreath that only cost about $10 to make!
Have you ever made an ornament wreath? They are so fun and easy to make!
Not only are they fun and easy to make they are beautiful too! I’ve recently seen some online for sale and I couldn’t believe how much they cost! I knew I could make one for a lot less!
I am using beautiful packages of champagne and white ball ornaments I found at Dollar Tree. They have a wide variety of colors available, everything from traditional red, green, silver and gold to even pink. Have fun and use what colors you like.
- 7 12 count packs of ball ornaments from Dollar Tree
- 1 15 count pack of ball ornaments from Dollar Tree
- 14 inch wire wreath form from Dollar Tree
- 1 package of mesh from Dollar Tree (I used white)
- A few Christmas berry picks from Dollar Tree (I am using 1 berry pick I had on hand from Hobby Lobby)
- Hot glue gun and lots of hot glue
Wrap the wire wreath form with mesh attaching it with hot glue.
Next remove the hooks from the ornaments
Start with the inside. I arranged my ornaments first to make sure I liked the placement, then I attached the top part of the ornament to the inside of the wreath form with hot glue. I did attach it to the wire wreath form under the mesh.
Next I went around the outside of the wreath. I added hot glue to the top of the ornament and attached it to the wreath form and mesh.
The third row I added ornaments to the center, and the last row was on top of that between the center and inside row.
I used 1 package of 15 count ball ornaments that are smaller to fill in any larger gaps, attaching them with hot glue.
Finally I used berries to fill in the rest. I am using berries I had on hand from a fall pick I had from Hobby Lobby, but they have similar picks at Dollar Tree too.
You could add a hook to the back to hang if desired.
This is a fun Christmas craft and only cost about $10 to make!
If you make one too I’d love to see! Snap a picture and tag me on Instagram @motherthyme!