You know I like to be out of the box a bit so what better type of door wreath could there be but a picture frame? None you say and I'd agree!
In the end I chose the cheapest and most glittery one to do but that is how I roll. I love glitter and anything shiny and as usual there is glitter everywhere from this project. (insert big BIG smile here)!!
To complete this just like I did you will need a few things.
Dollar store snowflakes
Dollar store ornament
Dollar store bottle brush tree (I took the base off the bottle brush tree to make it easier to place on the frame)
Glue gun and glue sticks
I do like my outcome and it took me all of 5 minutes to do and cost me $13.00. Here is the breakdown:
Dollar store large snowflake pack of 4 - $1.00
Dollar store small snowflake pack of 4 - $1.00
Dollar store 'Joy' ornament - $1.00
Dollar store bottle brush trees - pack of 3 - $1.00
Picture frame (on sale) $9.00
TIP - So the picture frame doesn't bang around on my door I put furniture pads on the back of it in each corner. Since I've got hardwood floors I keep these on hand in all sizes and shapes. I find many uses for them throughout the house.
Do you have an unusual door wreath? Did you make your door wreath? I'd love to see your creations!
Please stop back next week when I'll be sharing my entire house, inside and out. You must see the downstairs Christmas tree that I decorated in the card banner I made and dollar store and Target dollar spot Christmas gift tags!
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