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  • Renee Bartyzel-Stern

    12 spring wreaths to DIY - LOVE THE DOOR COLOR!

  • Allison Mero

    EASTER WREATH: Spring Wreath- Not with Paper Mached Wreath. (Supplies: Easter Egg dying kit (you can be just as successful using food coloring in water)/ Wreath form/ Assortment of decorative Rattan Balls/ Twist ties/ Hot glue/ Decorative doodads to add to wreath.

  • Jennifer Gilman

    dollar store crafts spring wreath bright colors diy

  • Anita Parkman

    Seasonal wreath, depending on what colors you dye the rataan balls (can find these at Dollar Tree)

  • Alyssa E.

    I love this dollar store spring wreath! DIY tutorial. Our front door is this color! {really, it is.}

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  • Kathy Wilson

    gotta have the right environment for the pearl décor but I love the conception

Hehehehe, it's peas! I hate split pea soup, but I love this split pea wreath for St. Patty's Day. So it needs a bow of some sort...something really rustic or some other type of embellishment, but damn its cute and peas are dirt cheap!

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Love this spring wreath! | Wreath

Glitter Wine Glass. --Get some dollar store glasses to do this! :) ~ These are super pretty! Only I think I would just do the base and stem

  • Faith Goodman

    Soesnt the glitter flake off

  • Anissa Collazo

    i did this too I got mod podge glitter glue to seal it seals very shinney and said was water proof but I did hand clean works pefect

  • Chrystal Loonskin

    I did this too and then I took off all of the glitter except for the base and stem and was way happier with the result

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Flower monogram...could be made even better than this tutorial if done on foam-core instead of wire.

$11 using supplies from the Dollar Store! (This whole website is full of Dollar Store tutorials!)