Cheap and Easy Farmhouse Christmas Wreath DIY

Make the easiest Christmas wreath DIY! Make your own DIY farmhouse Christmas wreath without the expense, a perfect wreath for beginners. All you need is a basic wreath and a couple of Dollar Tree floral picks to make this showstopping front door wreath for the entire winter season.

You’ll also like this Simple DIY Christmas Wreath and this easy Farmhouse Advent Calendar with DIY Ornaments, and don’t miss How to Style a Farmhouse Christmas Mantel (with a free printable!) and this gorgeous farmhouse Christmas home tour.

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As the holiday season approaches, we’ve been sharing a lot of delightful Christmas wreaths to grace your front door and add festive cheer. Today we’re adding another stunner with rustic elegant charm: a DIY farmhouse wreath from Dollar Tree! This wreath is SO EASY that it feels weird to even write a tutorial about it — but here we are, showing you how easy it is to make a farmhouse Christmas wreath.

Why This is a Great Christmas Craft

The Dollar Tree Farmhouse Christmas Wreath combines affordability with creativity, making it the perfect addition to your seasonal crafting endeavors to decorate your home on a budget. The materials, predominantly sourced from Dollar Tree, keep the cost low while providing a high-end farmhouse aesthetic.

This farmhouse Christmas wreath is a project that combines creativity and resourcefulness, making it a fantastic choice for those who enjoy the satisfaction of crafting something beautiful without breaking the bank – or beginners who are looking to get started in the DIY wreath game.

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This classic wreath will look wonderful hung above the fireplace, on your front door, or in the entryway.

How to Make an Easy Farmhouse Christmas Wreath: Step-by-Step Tutorial

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Supplies

  • 18-inch grapevine wreath (available at craft stores like Michaels, Joann’s, Hobby Lobby or Walmart for $5-10 – and don’t forget to use a coupon!)
  • Hot glue gun/glue sticks
  • Scissors
  • Wire cutters
  • Dollar Tree picks (I used 2 each of the buffalo check ornament pick, lamb’s ear pick, flat holly with berries pick, and evergreen pine greenery pick)
  • Red and Black buffalo check bow (from the craft store or learn to make your own fancy ribbon bow here)

As always, work with what you can find at your local Dollar Tree or craft store – use different greenery stems and leaves or vines, add sleigh bells or dried oranges, swap the buffalo check for burlap ribbon, etc.

Instructions

Step 1: Attach the Bow

Start by attaching the red and black buffalo check bow to the wreath along the side, using the twist tie that comes with the wreath. Secure it further with twine, floral wire, or glue if needed.

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Step 2: Prepare the Picks

Use wire cutters to trim the stems of the greenery picks. Cut the flat holly pieces, lamb’s ear, and buffalo check ornament pieces, leaving an inch or two of the stem for weaving into the wreath form.

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Step 3: Weave the Picks

Apply a line of hot glue to the stem of each pick and weave them into the grapevine wreath.

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Begin with the greenery picks, followed by the flat holly and buffalo check ornament pieces. Place the picks symmetrically, centered around the wreath, for a balanced and interesting wreath arrangement.

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Variations for the Craft

  1. Color Palette: Experiment with different color schemes to match your existing décor. Consider using gold or silver accents for a touch of glamour.
  2. Additional Embellishments: Enhance the wreath by adding small ornaments, pinecones, or even miniature fairy lights for a festive sparkle.
  3. Personalized Ribbon: Instead of the Dollar Tree bow, create a personalized ribbon using holiday-themed prints or phrases that resonate with you.
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Common Questions About the Dollar Tree Farmhouse Christmas Wreath

Can I use a different-sized wreath form?

Absolutely! Adjusting the wreath size allows for customization, but keep in mind that you might need to modify the quantity of materials accordingly. Dollar Tree twig wreaths are typically available in 12-inch or 10-inch sizes, for a miniature wreath for a mantel or hanging on cabinets. You could also easily adjust this holiday wreath to use a fresh wreath instead of a dried twig wreath – just add the picks to the evergreen wreath and enjoy!

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Where can I find similar picks if Dollar Tree doesn’t have them?

Craft stores like Michael’s or Hobby Lobby usually carry a variety of picks, and during the Christmas season you may be able to find Christmas floral at other stores such as Big Lots or even Home Depot or Lowe’s. You can also explore online options for a broader selection.

Can I make this wreath with kids?

This project is family-friendly, but adult supervision is recommended, especially when using hot glue. Kids can help arrange and choose placements for the picks.

How to Make an Easy Farmhouse Christmas Wreath: Step-by-Step Tutorial

Make the easiest Christmas wreath DIY! Make your own DIY farmhouse Christmas wreath without the expense, a perfect wreath for beginners. All you need is a basic wreath and a couple of Dollar Tree floral picks to make this showstopping front door wreath for the entire winter season.
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Ingredients

  • 18-inch grapevine wreath available at craft stores like Michaels, Joann’s, Hobby Lobby or Walmart for $5-10 – and don’t forget to use a coupon!
  • Hot glue gun/glue sticks
  • Scissors
  • Wire cutters
  • Dollar Tree picks I used 2 each of the buffalo check ornament pick, lamb’s ear pick, flat holly with berries pick, and evergreen pine greenery pick
  • Red and Black buffalo check bow from the craft store or learn to make your own fancy ribbon bow here

Instructions

  • Attach the Bow: Start by attaching the red and black buffalo check bow to the wreath along the side, using the twist tie that comes with the wreath. Secure it further with twine, floral wire, or glue if needed.
  • Prepare the Picks: Use wire cutters to trim the stems of the greenery picks. Cut the flat holly pieces, lamb’s ear, and buffalo check ornament pieces, leaving an inch or two of the stem for weaving into the wreath form.
  • Weave the Picks: Apply a line of hot glue to the stem of each pick and weave them into the grapevine wreath. Begin with the greenery picks, followed by the flat holly and buffalo check ornament pieces. Place the picks symmetrically, centered around the wreath, for a balanced and interesting wreath arrangement.

Notes

As always, work with what you can find at your local Dollar Tree or craft store – use different greenery stems and leaves or vines, add sleigh bells or dried oranges, swap the buffalo check for burlap ribbon, etc.
Variations for the Craft
Color Palette: Experiment with different color schemes to match your existing décor. Consider using gold or silver accents for a touch of glamour.
Additional Embellishments: Enhance the wreath by adding small ornaments, pinecones, or even miniature fairy lights for a festive sparkle.
Personalized Ribbon: Instead of the Dollar Tree bow, create a personalized ribbon using holiday-themed prints or phrases that resonate with you.
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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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