I took a look at the back and sure enough, theyre just hot-glued on there.and then I noticed the price, $2. hmm there are lots of goodies in my shopping basket already... I have some random bows in my Christmas wrapping box, and even more I found when I organized my other wrapping supplies. But I wasnt sure if I would have enough of coordinating colors, but bows are cheap right? Then I remembered that the only wreath forms at Dollar Tree were pretty small. I decided that making a wreath like this would cost more $ and take lots more time than buying it.
Although I get satisfaction in crafting, I knew I would have lots to do this month, and I would be prouder of other craft items, I didnt need to make a wreath for this holiday too.
So I gave my $2 to the poor homeless animals and saved myself time, energy and money.There are lots of great wreath ideas out there, but I needed something that is weather resistant. we have NO cover or overhang of any kind out our front door, yet.
Here is a great looking wreath from Atelier Caroline
I'm thinking I have bunches of tulle left over from the wedding, and tulle is cheap, and for the most part water proof, so I might make one like this for the other door...
Tammy from The Sweet Spot made her wreath using stuff from the Dollar Tree:
Alex at Crafting with my Cub even made her gorgeous wreath for $6.
I have lots of miscellaneous ornaments and a blank wreath I could attatch with hotglue...
Nope, (so far), Ive taken the easy way out. Don't judge, I'm toting around a canteloup in my belly, just came off a 3 day migraine, and Dad-in-law just came home after 11 days in the hospital. So Im not ashamed of my lazyness.
Im linking to A Little Knick Knack's EBTKS Party
Somewhat Simples Winter Holiday Party