Dollar Tree Farmhouse Pearl Christmas Ornament

Dollar Tree Farmhouse Pearl Christmas Ornament

This Christmas bead tutorial shows you how to make a little pearl Christmas wreath for your Christmas tree. An easy-to-make Christmas craft for all ages.

What you need

Dollar Tree Pearls (80 Count) These are the large ones, 1 pack will make 3 ornaments

Hot Glue Gun

Dollar Tree Gold glitter berries

Eucalyptus sprigs

Dollar Tree Jute Twine





Welcome to our tutorial on how to make a Dollar Tree Farmhouse Pearl Christmas Ornament! This Christmas craft project is perfect for adding a touch of elegance and charm to your holiday decorations. The pearl wreath is a stylish and easy-to-make craft that can be enjoyed by all ages. With just a few supplies from the dollar store, you can create a beautiful ornament that will look great on your Christmas tree or as a decoration for your home.

This project is perfect for those who love to decorate for the holidays and want to add a personal touch to their decorations. The pearl wreath can be customized to match your holiday decor and can be made in any color to suit your preference. The materials required for this project are inexpensive and can be easily found at your local dollar store.

Not only is this project easy to make, but it’s also budget-friendly and it’s perfect for those who want to create something unique and special for their home. The pearl wreath is a great way to add a touch of elegance and charm to your Christmas decorations, and it’s also a perfect craft to make with kids.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a beautiful and stylish pearl wreath ornament using supplies from the dollar store. So, grab your materials and let’s get started on creating this charming and budget-friendly Christmas ornament!

Cut a 7 inch piece of the floral wire using the wire cutters

String on 20-22 beads (these will make larger ornaments

Cut about a 12 inch section of the jute twine.

I added a dab of glue to the wire and then wrapped the jute twine around it. This will help secure the wire pieces together. I left a couple inches for the ornament to hang from and then added a dab of glue to the jute twine at the end and wrapped it around itself.


I cut (2) three inch sections of the eucalyptus.

Add a dab of hot glue on each side of the jute twine and press firmly on the eucalyptus to secure it. Cut a small piece of the gold glitter berries off and secure it to the twine with hot glue


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