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Dollar Tree DIY Halloween Wreath

Dollar Tree DIY Halloween Wreath

I love the Dollar Tree! I don’t care how much money I’m ever worth, I will always be a loyal shopper to the Dollar Tree! You can get some of the best deals on craft supply’s and I can honestly say I own a fair amount of decor for every holiday from the Dollar Tree! I mean EVERYTHING is a dollar, you can’t beat it!
Everything I used to make this Halloween Wreath is from the dollar tree except the wreath which, honestly, I have no idea where I acquired.

What I already had:

A wreath and a hot glue gun.

Dollar Tree Items:

Fall florals.

Halloween plaque.

Decorative Halloween glitter accents.

All of which was a grand total of $5

One

Always lay your wreath out and place your decor on it to get a mental image for its placement.

Two

Take your hot glue gun and start creating!

I took these glitter accents and cut them at the bottom of the stem to separate them so I could disburse them evenly around the wreath. I did the same with the florals.

Once I hot glued the Halloween witch where I wanted it, I began to stick the glitter accents and florals around the wreath until I achieved my desired look.

Happy Halloween!

Isn’t this a cute inexpensive way to create a darling Halloween wreath?! Not to mention it hardly took any time at all! I think it’s pretty cute and at least everyone will know, THE WITCH IS IN!

Thanks for being here at LovEthic For Everybody! Love to all, Mallory!

32 year old wife, stepmother, dog mom, daughter, granddaughter, sister, Aunt and friend. Lover of all humans, animals, books, traveling, crafting, painting, photography, learning new things, meeting new people, experiencing new things, listening, sharing, and most importantly, LIVING BY A LOVE ETHIC. “Love ethic” is an phrase adapted by one of my favorite authors, Dr. bell hooks. In one of her books, hooks defined love according to Peck's definition in his 1978 book The Road Less Traveled: love is “the will to extend one's self for the purpose of nurturing one's own or another's spiritual growth” (as cited in hooks, 2000. (2000). All about love: New visions.

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