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DIY Dollar Tree Halloween Wreath Vintage Inspired

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This DIY Dollar Store Halloween wreath takes less than 30 minutes to make and is both spooky and sweet. The thing I love most about this DIY wreath is that you can change things up to how you like it !

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halloween wreath with owl decor and black roses

I am telling you, Dollar Tree is really coming after my vintage loving heart this Halloween season! So much of their Halloween decor has a vintage flair to it, and their assortment of greetings cards is no exception.

Our local Dollar Tree had about half a dozen different greeting cards that had vintage inspired illustrations on them. Yes, I bought them all. For a buck each, I knew I could use them in crafting, frame them, or even just send them off in the mail.

halloween themed wreath with owl decor and black roses

DIY Dollar Tree Halloween Wreath

Supplies needed:
wreath foam
heavy burap ribbon
glittered black and orange branches
Halloween greeting card (I chose the owl)
black silk roses
scissors
hot glue, glue gun

dollar store halloween wreath supplies

Directions:
1. Add a dab of glue to the end of the burlap ribbon. Press it to the inside of the wreath form. Hold in place until secure, then start wrapping.

2. Continue wrapping the burlap until the entire wreath form is covered. Secure the end of the ribbon with hot glue.

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3. Snip the silk roses from their stems. Add a generous amount of craft glue and press them in a bunch to the wreath. I placed mine slightly off center.

4. Turn the wreath over and glue the glitter stems on the back. Be very generous with your glue. Allow them to fan across the back of the wreath.

5. Take your greeting card. Cut out the design if necessary. Add some glue to the front of the illustration and glue it to the back of the wreath form.

close up of black roses on halloween wreath with owl in background

Now just let everything dry! As soon as all of your pieces are dry and secure, your wreath is ready to be enjoyed. You can add extra ribbon for hanging or just hang it as is, like we did.

DIY dollar tree halloween wreath with owl and black roses

Such a hoot, right? Head to your local Dollar Tree and see what they have to offer. Hopefully, you can find everything you need to make a Halloween wreath of your own!

If you liked this Dollar Store Halloween Wreath, be sure to check out the other fall favorites that I have been working on!


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DIY Dollar Tree Halloween Wreath Vintage Inspired

This DIY Dollar Store Halloween wreath takes less than 30 minutes to make and is both spooky and sweet. The thing I love most about this DIY wreath is that you can change things up to how you like it!

Materials

  • wreath foam
  • heavy burap ribbon
  • glittered black and orange branches
  • Halloween greeting card (I chose the owl)
  • black silk roses

Tools

  • scissors
  • hot glue
  • glue gun

Instructions

    Add a dab of glue to the end of the burlap ribbon. Press it to the inside of the wreath form. Hold in place until secure, then start wrapping.

    Continue wrapping the burlap until the entire wreath form is covered. Secure the end of the ribbon with hot glue.

    Snip the silk roses from their stems. Add a generous amount of craft glue and press them in a bunch to the wreath. I placed mine slightly off center.

    Turn the wreath over and glue the glitter stems on the back. Be very generous with your glue. Allow them to fan across the back of the wreath.

    Take your greeting card. Cut out the design if necessary. Add some glue to the front of the illustration and glue it to the back of the wreath form.

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