Three Dollar Tree Wreaths

Candy Cane Dollar Tree Wreath from At The Picket Fence
Hi! Hi! Hi! We are going strong here At The Picket Fence! We’re working our way through several fun holiday crafts and projects as well as showing off our homes all decked out for Christmas!
Today we are so excited to BOTH be sharing a fun and festive Christmas craft with Lisa at the Twelve Crafty Days of Christmas Series over at Before Meets After.
Crafty Christmas
My Tale of Three (Dollar Tree) Pumpkins Project was so popular this fall, I thought I’d do a Three Dollar Tree Wreaths series as well.
Candy Cane Dollar Tree Wreath from At The Picket Fence
Because of the timeframe….can you BELIEVE Christmas is less than two weeks away?!…I decided to throw caution to the wind and feature all three wreaths in one post! I’m going to share two of them here…and then you’ll have to visit us over at Before Meets After to see the third wreath in the series!
UP FIRST! The one you’ve all been asking about..
Many of you saw this one when I revealed my kitchen remodel for the Christmas in the Kitchen party…which by the way is still open for links! This was the first wreath I envisioned creating when I visited the Dollar Tree way back in November to check out their holiday items.
Candy Cane Dollar Tree Wreath from At The Picket Fence
Candy Cane Wreath

one white Styrofoam wreath form
9-10 packs of Dollar Tree acrylic candy canes (depending on size of wreath form)
white or iridescent glitter (optional)
white craft glue
hot glue gun and low temp glue sticks (appropriate for using on Styrofoam)
Ribbon for hanging

This wreath couldn’t have been easier! Begin by hot gluing your candy canes one at a time around your wreath.  Make sure that the ends are tight together, and ends of candy canes are right up against the opening of the wreath.  The tops of the candy canes will be farther apart then the bottom, and the first candy cane will rest on top of the next as seen in the picture below.
When you have all of the candy canes attached, if desired apply craft glue to outer edge and inner edge of wreath and sprinkle with glitter for a pretty finish!
Candy Cane Dollar Tree Wreath from At The Picket Fence
and hang in a fun place to show off your awesome new wreath!
Candy Cane Dollar Tree Wreath from At The Picket Fence
Second, we have a wreath that is similar to one I saw floating around from Better Homes and Gardens but couldn’t find instructions on anywhere.  So I decided to create my own…and from Dollar Tree items of course!
Dollar Tree Snowflake Wreath from At The Picket Fence

Two packs of large Dollar Tree Snowflakes
Two-Three  packs of medium Dollar Tree Snowflakes
Hot Glue Gun
Ribbon for hanging


1.  Begin by laying out your largest snowflakes to create a rough circle the size you would like for your wreath.  Hot glue the points of the wreaths together, with the largest points out.
2.  Once the glue has dried, begin layering your smaller snowflakes on top of the large ones in a pattern that is pleasing to you.  Once you have them where you like them, hot glue them to the bottom snowflakes and to each other until they are firmly attached.
Add an additional layer until you like your overall design.
Once the glue has dried wrap wreath with a wide ribbon in the color of your choice and hang!
Dollar Tree Snowflake Wreath from At The Picket Fence
I hung this wreath over my Framed Chalkboard in my dining room…Let It Snow!!
and last but certainly not least…
The Jingle Bell Wreath
Dollar Tree Jingle Bell Wreath from At The Picket Fence
So do you wanna see how I made this one?  Well you’ll have to head over to Before Meets After to see the tutorial.
Vanessa will also be sharing these gorgeous knock off stacked candlesticks!
So meet us over there, and learn how to make these two fabulous holiday projects!  We’re looking forward to sharing our fun Christmas crafts with you!


  1. says


    Of course, if I recall the Dollar Tree pumpkin projects, my lame DT didn’t even have the pumpkins so I was left with craft envy.

    But I’m still pinning, by gum.

  2. says

    LOVE them all! I got a little desperate and attempted to make the candy cane one last Saturday before your tutorial. It was okay but I love your overlapped arches. Now I have to try the snowflake one. :)
    Much love!!

  3. says

    Gosh, you’ve got my head spinning with ideas. It looks like you can make a wreath out of just about anything! I didn’t realize those candycanes weren’t real. The dollar store seems to be a great place to find affordable materials for these projects. Thanks for the tutorials.

  4. says

    Okay I think the first time I saw this Wreath.. I thought those were REAL candy canes and I was ready to eat one… Thankfully I didn’t take a bite I might of Chipped a tooth in the process… :) This wreath came out So VERY lovely and just POPS so beautifully that you can’t help but stare… :) Thank you for linking up at my party… :)

  5. Christie says

    Heather, this is awesome and makes me smile every time I see it! I saw those candy canes at Michael’s and wanted to grab to recreate this, but I have SO overspent my decor budget!! I will be watching for the after Xmas sales! My kids would love it! thanks! Christie

  6. says

    Don’t know what I would do without that Dollar Tree. My entire home is decorated with those lovely snowflakes this year. ANd your wreaths are just gorgeous ladies!
    Marianne :)

  7. says

    I just made all 3 of these wreaths, on the snowflake I added some mini bells randomly around the snowflake and it made even more beautiful then before!!!! awesome thanks for the share

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