Five Dollar, Five Minute DIY Wreath

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Five Dollar Five Minute Wreath from Chandra Fredrick of Oh Lovely Day | Momtastic

Is your front door still devoid of holiday cheer? Or is your boxwood wreath already dried out? Then today's wreath is perfect for you. It costs just $5 to make, and takes only 5 minutes to whip up. Let's get started!

Five Dollar Five Minute Wreath from Chandra Fredrick of Oh Lovely Day | Momtastic

Supplies:

  • tinsel (I bought one long piece from Target)
  • styrofoam wreath (mine is a 10 inch wreath, but you can use any size you like)

Directions:

Step 1: Start by wrapping one end of your tinsel around your foam wreath.

Step 2: Just keep wrapping your tinsel, spreading it out to cover your wreath, until your wreath is covered or you are out of tinsel. You can always spread it out or bunch it up, depending on how you like it.

Five Dollar Five Minute Wreath from Chandra Fredrick of Oh Lovely Day | Momtastic

Step 4: Tuck the second end of the tinsel under the other wrapped tinsel to secure it in place.

Five Dollar Five Minute Wreath from Chandra Fredrick of Oh Lovely Day | Momtastic

Step 5: You can either hang the wreath as is, by pushing a hook or nail into the styrofoam, or you can tie on something to hang it, like my sequin ribbon. Tie the length you want around your wreath and secure it with a knot.

Five Dollar Five Minute Wreath from Chandra Fredrick of Oh Lovely Day | Momtastic

Then you just need a place to hang it. Ours is on our front door, but you could also hang it on your mantle or a wall that needs some holiday cheer.

Five Dollar Five Minute Wreath from Chandra Fredrick of Oh Lovely Day | Momtastic

And that's the cheapest and fastest wreath you'll ever DIY! Happy wreath making.

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