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St. Patrick's Day Wreath

Saint Patrick's Day Wreath

Learn how to make this inexpensive wreath for St. Patrick's Day.



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This gorgeous wreath is super simple and fast to make. It takes about 10 minutes to put together,

I must admit I am pretty proud of this dollar store craft. I made the wreath using inexpensive stuff found at my local Dollar Tree. The total cost was only $5.

TOOLS & MATERIALS:

  • Wood Wreath or Grapevine Wreath
  • One or Two Boas
  • One Flower Sprig Pick
  • One St. Patrick's Pin
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Needle Nose Pliers

TO MAKE THE WREATH:

1. Put some hot glue on a portion of the wreath and begin to wrap the boa around the wreath. Continue gluing and wrapping until the entire wreath is covers.

2. Take needle nose pliers and cut flowers off flower pick.

3. Hot glue flowers and St. Patrick's pin to wreath.

The wreath is complete and ready to hang.

Saint Patrick's Day Wreath

Imagine the possibilities. You can make wreaths for all seasons and occasions.

QUESTIONS?

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MORE ST. PATRICK'S DAY CRAFT IDEAS

Felt Four Leaf Clover Felt Four Leaf Clover - Make some 4 leaf clovers as decor for St. Patrick's Day.

Loopy Fleece BoaDIY Loopy Fleece Boa - This boa is a modern twist on the feather boa.

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