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A happy little winter wreath for your front door!
Again, I made this wreath with things from the dollar store. I ended up spending four or five dollars (plus tax) for the whole thing.

And, once again, sorry there are no pictures. I made this last year and didn't want to take it apart and put it back together again.

Posted by Kim P. from State College, Pennsylvania, United States • Published See Kim P.'s 7 projects »
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  • Step 1

    (I started with the Christmas decoration, since it was the largest thing I was going to put on the wreath.)

    Separate the decoration you're using so that the bow fits in the middle of it, or combine your decoration with your bow in any manner that appeals to you. If you're not using a decoration, you can just slap the bow on. Mine had a tie already on it, but if yours doesn't, you can use a piece of your wire to attach it, or wrap one of the branches of the wreath around the middle of the bow.

  • Step 2

    Scatter the plastic snowflakes around the wreath. I attached mine by just sliding a few of the wreath's branches in between the arms of the snowflakes, but you can attach yours with wire (some of mine fell off as it spent time outside in the weather, so you might want to use a little wire to attach these, just in case.)

  • Step 3

    Figure out where the top of your wreath is and attach a loop of wire for hanging.

    Enjoy your wreath, good for prettying up the door and making all the neighbors jealous of your awesomeness, all for under 6 bucks!

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