Dollar Tree – Traditional Evergreen Christmas Wreath

Dollar Tree – Traditional Evergreen Christmas Wreath

This craft tutorial shows you step-by-step how to create an evergreen Christmas wreath.

What you need

4-inch wire wreath form

2 Garlands- Dollar Tree

Black and White Wire Ribbon

4 Dollar Tree Greenery Picks with pine cones– Dollar Tree


Hot Glue Gun




In this tutorial, we’ll show you step-by-step how to create a stunning wreath using affordable materials found at your local dollar store.

With traditional evergreen branches, pinecones, and a few additional touches, you’ll be able to create a classic and timeless decoration that will add warmth and festive cheer to your home. This wreath is perfect for hanging on your front door, above your mantle, or even as a centerpiece for your holiday table.

Not only is this wreath beautiful, but it’s also incredibly easy to make. With just a few simple steps and some basic materials, you’ll have a custom-made wreath that you can be proud of. Plus, since all of the supplies can be found at your local Dollar Tree, this project is budget-friendly and won’t break the bank.

By creating your own wreath, you’ll also have the opportunity to customize it to your liking, adding in additional decorations or embellishments to make it truly unique. Whether you’re a seasoned DIYer or just starting out, this tutorial is perfect for anyone looking to add a touch of handmade charm to their holiday decor.


Take the end of the garland and wrap it around the wire wreath and curl the end around to secure it.

Then wrap the garland all the way around the wreath form. When one ends, curl it around a wire section of the wreath and repeat to finish with the next garland around the entire wreath form.

Take the wire ribbon and weave it in and out of the garland. I did it every few garland wrappings until I was around the entire wreath. Trim the end and weave it under the garland to hide the end. Then pull the ribbon a little bit to make it pop out more.

Add some glue to the greenery picks and press firmly to the wreath, making sure to hide the stems in the garland. I added some extra pine cones to fill it in.



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