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10 Minute DIY Dollar Store Summer Wreath

A summer wreath is such a quick and easy way to change up your front entry for the new season, and today I’m sharing a very quick and easy DIY dollar summer wreath that would be pretty on any front door.

It’s June! Summer is just around the corner…we have only a few weeks left of school, and the weather around here has already been heating up. We are still working away at finishing up things around our new build, and hopefully the exterior of our house will be getting painted within the next week or two. I can’t wait to see the exterior done, and have been starting to adding a few decor touches to the front entry. Although I have not yet settled on a paint colour for the front door, that shall come soon enough, and then I look forward to adorning it with a cute DIY summer wreath! Today I’m sharing a quick and easy DIY Dollar Store Summer Wreath idea that I whipped up this week adorned with pretty baby’s breath and white roses (or white ranunculus, depending how you look at them!).

DIY Dollar Store Summer Wreath poster.

And today I’ve joined a few of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their DIY summer wreath ideas. Be sure to check out their posts at the bottom of this page…

Six DIY Summer Wreaths poster.

For this seasonal wreath, I picked up all of my materials at my local Dollarama – even the wreath form. It was really fun to take on the challenge of turning a slightly tacky and sparse dollar store wreath form into something cute and worth displaying!

I bought a basic wreath form covered with some faux boxwood vine, 3 stems of faux roses/ranunculus, and 3 stems of baby’s breath. Plus I also used my wire snippers and glue gun.

A green wreath and white flowers beside it.

Then I started by pulling the white flower blooms off the stems – I attached them directly to some pieces that emerged from the wreath form, as you can see below, but if your form isn’t like this then they could easily be glued onto it.

A faux white flower attaching it to the green wreath.

I also removed the leaves from the rose/ ranunculus branches and attached them to the wreath form as well to add some variety in the greenery.

Removing the leaves from the wreath.

Again I ran them around the rim of the wreath, leaving the top open for the hanging ribbon.

The white flowers all around the green wreath.

Next I cut the Baby’s Breath branches into separate sections with my wire cutters…

Cutting pieces of faux babys breath.

I added hot glue to the ends of each section and attached them into the wreath form on either sides of the cantered flowers.

Using the hot glue gun to attach the babys breath to the wreath.

The white babys breath on the wreath.

Working my way around the summer wreath…

The pretty green wreath with white flowers all around it.

Done! Time to add some simple ribbon to hang it with…

Attaching a ribbon to the wreath.

What do you think? Looks pretty amazing for dollar store finds, right?

The wreath hanging on the wall.

The Dollar Store made wreath on the wall.

Up close shot of the wreath hanging up.

The babys breath, and white roses with the green leaves on the wreath.

The wreath with the ribbon attached to it.

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DIY Dollar Store Summer Wreath poster.

I do love dollar store crafts – if even just for the fun challenge of taking inexpensive looking materials and creating something beautiful with them. A couple of weeks back I shared how I turned a simple glass vase from the dollar store into a faux- cane piece using a very surprising item (that I also found at the dollar store)…

DIY Dollar Store Faux Cane Vase poster.

As I mentioned, today some of my talented friends are sharing their summer wreath DIYs as well. Be sure to check out their posts by clicking on the links below each picture…

7 Beautiful Summer Wreaths

Three wreath pictures.

Modern Glam // My 100 Year Old Home // Finding Lovely

Summer wreath tour.

Tatertots & Jello // Happy Happy Nester // The Happy Housie// Twelve On Main

I’ve also shared some summer wreaths in the past that you might like to check out!

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  1. Krista, your wreath is so pretty with the vibrant greens and white flowers. It’s perfect for summer, but I think it would work as part of the décor for a wedding.
    Enjoying the wreath blog hop 🙂

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