Dollar Tree Valentine’s Day Ring of Roses Wreath

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Yes, yes it’s another  wreath, I know I just featured my Feather Boa Heart Wreath on Monday…BUT you didn’t think we’d let Valentine’s Day go by without another Dollar Tree Wreath?! 

My Dollar Tree Holiday Crafts Series has become a fun challenge for me here At The Picket Fence.
It started with my Dollar Tree Pumpkins! We came up with a Monogramed Pumpkin, A Faux Nail Head Pumpkin, A Ribbon Pumpkin and the most popular one my Book Page Pumpkin.
For Christmas I came up with three fun Dollar Tree wreaths! The Snowflake Wreath and Candy Cane Wreath were your favorites!
So, when on a roll…keep on rolling! Here’s a fun Dollar Tree Valentine’s Wreath you can create using items found RIGHT NOW in your Dollar Tree!
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Dollar Tree Ring of Roses Wreath Tutorial

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Supplies:
1 Dollar Tree wicker wreath form
5 bunches Dollar Tree Roses (hot pink and red for nice contrast)
Floral wire cutters
Hot glue and glue sticks
Wide Ribbon for hanging
Directions:
1.  Using wire cutters cut the blooms off of the bunches, leaving about an 1 1/2 stem.
2.  Placing a dab of hot glue around base of bloom and down stem, work stems into the spaces in your wreath form.
3.  Work your way around the top of the wreath evenly placing your flowers to form a base of roses.
4.  Begin to fill in roses around your base of flowers, creating a full wreath.  Alternate between hot pink and red for a nice contrasting effect. 
5.  After you have filled in your entire wreath, turn wreath over and using your wire clippers remove any of the ends of the stem sticking out.
6.  Wrap with a wide ribbon, hang and enjoy!
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Isn’t it sweet and pretty?  I just love the pop of red on my door.  It’s so simple and easy to make.  Too easy? Maybe, but that’s the whole point! 
It doesn’t take much time or money to add some fun holiday touches to your home!  Let me know if you decide to make my “Ring of Roses” Dollar Tree Wreath!
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It’s beginning to look a lot like Valentine’s Day around here! Stay tuned for even more fabulous Valentine’s Day ideas, crafts and recipes here At The Picket Fence.  And be sure to join us for the 14 Days of Love Series

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that we’re participating in with Ashley of Cherished Bliss!  Lots of your favorite bloggers will be sharing their fun and fabulous Valentine’s Day projects!
Thanks for joining me for another fun Dollar Tree Wreath Tutorial…At The Picket Fence!

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Comments

  1. says

    What a beautiful wreath! You would never guess it was so cheap to make, I think I need to make one for my entrance. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. adventuresindinner says

    Gorgeous and even better that it was inexpensive. Gosh! Some of my crafting habits are a bit difficult to support.

  3. says

    Your rose wreath is so pretty at such a great price. I so love the dollar tree, they make our creative lives so much easier! I’ve been looking for something inexpensive for my front door, and this is it. My fingers are crossed that you will share your wreath Sunday’s Best party tonight, too cute not to share some more.

  4. says

    SO pretty, Heather! I’m not big on decorating for Valentine’s, but this is definitely something I could! Could easily be changed up to match your regular decor, too!

    Thanks for sharing at Simply Klassic Home, and for all of your support!!

  5. La Juana says

    I Love this idea. I decorate my house for almost every holiday, and was looking for something for Valentines day that would be nice and not cheesy. I will make two this weekend. One for my home door and one for my office door at work. Thanks for the idea, and keep them coming.

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