Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Mini Wreaths

Today I am sharing with you this easy and inexpensive project.
I made 6 of these for a total of $3.
Material was found at the $tree.
I bought 

2 garlands (15 ft each) for $2
1 tube of silver ornaments (6 in a tube) $1

I cut each garland in three, so I ended up with 6 pieces of garland each 5ft long.
I made a wreath out of the garland piece,
added some jute 

(you could use ribbon, burlap, fabric...anything you already have on hand).
I added one ornament to each mini wreath,
and secured the wreath to the chair with some clothespins.

How to age clothespins in 3 minutes project right here.
(you can buy a pack of wooden clothespins at the $tree as well).

I added the mini wreath to the back of our chairs, 

but you could make those for windows, kitchen cabinets, add a Christmas cheer to a bathroom, and many other uses.

So for a total of .50c I made this.

Stay Frugal,
Daniela

Linking to
Savvy Southern Style

7 comments:

NanaDiana said...

What a cute idea- simple and cheap, too...er...frugal, I mean! They would be cute in windows, too! xo Diana

Patty Rumaker said...

Oh, that is very cute. I saw those small wreaths at the dollar store but passed on them - sort of wishing I had picked them up now. Happy Holidays!
Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Super cute Daniela!!

Dee @ A Lapin Life said...

I love your mini wreath Daniela!

Amy of While Wearing Heels said...

I love that all your projects are done on an accessible level. What a beautiful creation for an unbelievable price.

Katie Mansfield said...

The clothes pin and jute are adorable and they dress up the little wreath. Love it. I love Dollar Tree.

Kelly said...

I love the look of wreaths tied to the back of chairs. Yours are cute!