Hello Cutie! DIY Dollar Tree Hello Wreath with Flowers

Warm up your home decor without breaking the bank! Learn how to make a charming floral Dollar Tree Hello Wreath for your front door with this easy DIY tutorial.

You’ll also love this easy Dollar Tree farmhouse flower door wreath, or gather some supplies to make a light-up one-hour pinecone wreath, scrap wood wreath, or paper curl wreath.

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DIY Dollar Tree Hello Wreath: A Budget-Friendly Craft and Decor Idea

Crafting has always been a therapeutic and creative outlet for many, including me. It’s not just about creating something beautiful but also about the satisfaction that comes from making something with your own hands – that everyone will say WOW about! If you’re looking for a delightful and budget-friendly craft that doubles as a charming decoration, the Dollar Tree Hello Wreath is the perfect project for you and your front porch.

In this blog post, we’ll guide you through creating this simple yet eye-catching wreath, explain why it’s a fantastic craft and decoration, offer variations to customize it, and address common questions about making your own wreaths.

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Why the Dollar Tree Hello Wreath is a Great Craft and Decoration

Crafting a Dollar Tree Hello Wreath is not only enjoyable but also incredibly rewarding. Here are two reasons why it’s a fantastic craft and decoration:

Budget-Friendly: This wreath is made from affordable materials readily available at Dollar Tree, making it a cost-effective craft project for yourself, or for crafting with a group of friends.

Crafters on a budget can enjoy creating a beautiful piece without breaking the bank, whether you’re an experienced crafter or a beginner. Plus, this wreath an excellent way to repurpose Dollar Tree finds into a stylish decoration for a seasonal wreath.

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Welcoming and Versatile Decor: The “Hello” greeting on the wreath adds a warm and welcoming touch to your home decor. Whether you hang it on your front door, in your living room, or even as a gift, this beautiful wreath brings a pop of color and a friendly vibe.

Its simplicity also means it can complement various decorating styles, from rustic to farmhouse, making it a versatile addition to any space. Change up the colors and flowers to fit any season or holiday.

More DIY Dollar Store Wreath Ideas

Dollar Tree is a great place to get seasonal decor and inexpensive craft supplies. Check out all of these great DIY dollar store wreath ideas, for any season.

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How to Make the Dollar Tree Hello Wreath

Follow this step-by-step tutorial to create your very own Dollar Tree Hello Wreath:

Materials You’ll Need

Hello Wreath Materials, Remodelaholic
Decorative Wooden Word Signs, 3.625x7.5 in.
Tool Bench Hardware Natural Jute Twine, 3 Roll Packs
Floral Garden 6-Stem Assorted Sunflower Bushes, 15.25-in.

Instructions

Prepare the Hello Cutout

Start by cutting two small pieces of jute twine, each about 2.5 inches long. Use your hot glue gun to attach these twine pieces to the backside of the “H” and the “O” in the “Hello” cutout (or wherever your wood word cutout will best attach to the wreath).

Easy DIY Dollar Tree Hello Wreath Tutorial (1) Glue Twine To Wood Cutout, Remodelaholic

Attach both ends to form a small loop from each piece of twine. These loops will be used to attach the cutout to the wreath.

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Attach the Hello to the Wreath

Next, cut two pieces of jute twine, each about 5 inches long. Thread each piece of twine through the loops you created in step 1. Flip the “Hello” cutout over and attach it to the grapevine wreath by tying the jute twine securely around the wreath’s grapevines.

Easy DIY Dollar Tree Hello Wreath Tutorial (3) How To Attach A Wood Cutout To A Wreath, Remodelaholic

If you’re using a wood wreath or another more solid wreath form, you can skip the twine and glue the wood word cutout directly to the wreath.

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Add Flowers

Now, it’s time to add the sunflowers. Carefully remove the flowers from their stems. Apply hot glue to the bottom of each flower, then attach them to the grapevine wreath.

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Begin by placing the flowers next to the “Hello” cutout. Continue attaching flowers all around the wreath until you achieve the desired look. Be creative with the arrangement, spacing the flowers evenly for a balanced appearance.

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You could also cluster just a few flowers around the hello wood cutout and leave the rest of the wreath empty to show off the grapevine texture.

Finish

Allow the wreath to dry completely before hanging it or displaying it in your chosen location. Clean up any hot glue gun strings by using a blow dryer — on a medium setting, carefully blow warm/hot air over the glued area and the errant strings will curl right up and out of sight!

Once it’s dry, your Dollar Tree Hello Wreath is ready to greet your guests with warmth and style.

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Variations for Your Dollar Tree Hello Wreath

One of the joys of crafting is personalization. Here are some variations to consider for your Dollar Tree Hello Wreath:

  • Seasonal Swaps: Swap out the white sunflowers for flowers that match the current season or holiday. Use pastel-colored flowers for spring, vibrant blooms for summer, or rich, warm tones for fall.
  • Painted Wooden Cutout: Instead of using the wooden “Hello” cutout as is, get creative with paint. You can match it to your home’s color scheme or create a distressed or rustic finish for added character.
  • Additional Embellishments: Add extra embellishments like ribbons, bows, or small decorative items that reflect your personal style.
  • Different Greetings: While “Hello” is inviting, feel free to substitute it with other greetings or words that hold meaning for you, like “Welcome,” “Home,” or even a custom family name sign.

More DIY Wreaths

Making your own DIY wreath is a great way to get a wreath you love, on a budget, that exactly fits your style! Make these wreaths yourself during your free time, or as part of a girls’ night in or craft night.

Common Questions about the Dollar Tree Hello Wreath

Here are some common questions people have about making a Dollar Tree Hello Wreath:

Can I use a different type of wreath base?

Yes, you can use a different type of wreath base, but keep in mind that the grapevine wreath provides a rustic and natural look that complements the craft. A twig wreath, grass wreath, or straw wreath would be a great substitute, or boxwood wreaths are classic and add greenery (and you can make one yourself). You could experiment with foam wreaths or wire wreath bases for a different aesthetic.

Make your own wreath base using this easy rope wreath tutorial, or by using up some scrap wood pieces to make a wooden wreath.

How can I make the wreath weather-resistant for outdoor use?

To make your wreath weather-resistant, use UV-resistant artificial flowers and a stronger adhesive (like E6000 crafting glue) that will be less susceptible to moisture and temperature changes.

Also consider spraying the wreath with a clear outdoor sealer. This will help protect the materials from the elements and prolong the wreath’s lifespan if you plan to use it outdoors.

Can I substitute the sunflowers with other artificial flowers?

Absolutely! You can customize your wreath with any artificial flowers that suit your taste and the season. Choose colors and styles that resonate with your decor.

In conclusion, the Dollar Tree Hello Wreath is not only a fantastic craft but also a versatile decoration that brings warmth and character to any space. With a few budget-friendly materials and a dash of creativity, you can craft a personalized piece that greets visitors with a friendly “Hello” year-round. Plus, with variations to suit your style and answers to common questions, this DIY project is accessible to crafters of all levels. Start crafting and make your home a bit more inviting today!

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Easy Dollar Tree Hello Wreath with Flowers

Say ‘Hello’ to creativity! Discover the joy of crafting with this Dollar Tree Hello Wreath project. Affordable, charming, and oh-so-inviting.
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Ingredients

  • Grapevine wreath 18 inches (available at craft stores like Joann’s)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Wire cutters
  • Wooden “Hello” cutout from Dollar Tree
  • Jute twine from Dollar Tree
  • 6 bunches of white sunflowers from Dollar Tree

Instructions

  • Start by cutting two small pieces of jute twine, each about 2.5 inches long. Use your hot glue gun to attach these twine pieces to the backside of the “H” and the “O” in the “Hello” cutout. These loops will be used to attach the cutout to the wreath.
  • Next, cut two pieces of jute twine, each about 5 inches long. Thread each piece of twine through the loops you created in step 1. Flip the “Hello” cutout over and attach it to the grapevine wreath by tying the jute twine securely around the wreath’s grapevines.
  • Now, it’s time to add the sunflowers. Carefully remove the flowers from their stems. Apply hot glue to the bottom of each flower, then attach them to the grapevine wreath.
  • Begin by placing the flowers next to the “Hello” cutout. Continue attaching flowers all around the wreath until you achieve the desired look. Be creative with the arrangement, spacing the flowers evenly for a balanced appearance.
  • Allow the wreath to dry completely before hanging it or displaying it in your chosen location. Once it’s dry, your Dollar Tree Hello Wreath is ready to greet your guests with warmth and style.

Notes

Variations for Your Dollar Tree Hello Wreath

One of the joys of crafting is personalization. Here are some variations to consider for your Dollar Tree Hello Wreath:
Seasonal Swaps: Swap out the white sunflowers for flowers that match the current season or holiday. Use pastel-colored flowers for spring, vibrant blooms for summer, or rich, warm tones for fall.
Painted Wooden Cutout: Instead of using the wooden “Hello” cutout as is, get creative with paint. You can match it to your home’s color scheme or create a distressed or rustic finish for added character.
Additional Embellishments: Add extra embellishments like ribbons, bows, or small decorative items that reflect your personal style. Different Greetings: While “Hello” is inviting, feel free to substitute it with other greetings or words that hold meaning for you, like “Welcome,” “Home,” or even a family name.
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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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