Quick & Easy Dollar Tree Mesh Christmas Wreath

Quick & Easy Dollar Tree Mesh Christmas Wreath

This Christmas Holiday wreath is made using dollar tree supplies. This festive wreath is easy to make and perfect for your front porch or above your mantle.

What you need

14” metal wreath form

3 packages decorative mesh (red)

1 package decorative mesh (white)

1 package white and red sparkly tulle

1 roll red sequin ribbon

15 fuzzy sticks/chenille stems

Hot glue

Hot glue gun




Welcome to our tutorial on how to make a Quick and Easy Dollar Tree Mesh Christmas Wreath! This DIY craft project is perfect for adding a touch of festivity to your home during the Christmas holiday season. This wreath is made using supplies from the Dollar Tree, making it an easy and budget-friendly craft project that can be completed in a short amount of time.

This project is perfect for those who love to decorate for the Christmas holidays and want to add a personal touch to their home decor. The mesh Christmas wreath can be customized to match your home decor and can be adorned with any embellishments or decorations of your choice. The materials required for this project are inexpensive and can be easily found at your local Dollar Tree 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 mesh Christmas wreath is a great way to add a touch of festivity to your home during the holiday season, and it’s also a perfect craft to make with kids.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a beautiful and festive mesh Christmas wreath using supplies from the Dollar Tree store. So, grab your materials and let’s get started on creating this charming and budget-friendly Christmas wreath for your front porch or above your mantle.

Start by cutting your fuzzy sticks in half.

Cut all of your ribbon, mesh and tulle into 6 inch lengths.

Roll each piece of mesh into a tighter tube, then roll the tulle diagonally.

Gather your bunches. Use 4 pieces of mesh, ribbon and tulle; using at least 2-3 pieces of the red mesh for the bottom layer of each bunch. To make the bunches, lay each piece on top of the other, in a snowflake-like pattern.

Wrap a chenille stem around each bunch, twisting 3 times. You will be making 30 bunches like this.

Attach the bunches to the wreath frame. Do this by laying the bunch on the front of the wreath, and going to to the back of the wreath, grabbing the two ends of the chenille stem, and attaching them to the two inner wires on the wreath form. To attach, twist the two ends of the chenille stem together 3 times, around the two inner wires. Each section of the wreath form will end up with 5 bunches attached.

Lay the wreath on a flat surface and fluff your bunches, until you have your desired look.

Apply hot glue to the side of each ornament and arrange around the wreath, gluing them to the bunches.


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