DIY Silver Christmas Wreath: This beautiful and easy Christmas wreath is made from a inexpensive dollar store pot scrubbers.
I love, love, love how this DIY Silver Christmas Wreath turned out, and wanted to share with you how easy and inexpensive it is to make with supplies from the dollar store.
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- 12 – 20 Pot Scrubbers
- Foam Wreath Form
- Hot Glue
- Christmas Balls
How To Make A DIY Silver Christmas Wreath
The wreath is made out of dollar store silver pot scrubbers! I was inspired by Chatelaine magazine.
To begin this project, I used 4 packs of 3 for my foam wreath form. First open up the circle of the pot scrubber and then cut in half. Finally, you break out the old glue gun, and hot glue it to the wreath. It’s really very simple to put together.
Also, here’s the view from the back.
After it was all glued together, I next embellished it with some simple white and silver Christmas balls. I love all the sparkle!
Lastly, a silver satin ribbon was the perfect finishing touch.
I love how it looks on the front door, with my Christmas urn decked out in silver this year too, and these sweet glittered skates. Click here to see how I made the glitter skates.
Merry Christmas, hope you’re having fun decking the halls too!
With a DIY Silver Christmas Wreath, life really is a party!
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