If you are looking for a cute wreath for springtime then this Dollar Tree craft is just the thing! A carrot wreath is so easy to make and a great way to decorate for Easter. Plus, it’s totally farmhouse style for that look that everyone is going for these days.
Springtime Carrot Wreath Dollar Tree Craft
I love to decorate for the various holidays and especially if the decorating happens to include wreaths. We have these great double front doors that are perfect for displaying holiday wreaths. Good thing there are so many holidays throughout the year! Making my own holiday wreaths is both fun to do and economical. With DIY it’s also easy to mix it up each season by creating something new. No need to keep reusing the same wreath from the year before. Display something with a fresh, new look! Or if you prefer you can go with the same framework and alter it with colors that are different from previous years.
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Dollar Tree Carrot Wreath
Not a fan of creating something totally new each year and would rather reuse? Here’s a farmhouse style wreath that can be made differently from year to year. The carrot motif is really cute for springtime and simply changing the ribbon each year can give a varying look.
DIY Easter Wreath
14 inch Wire Wreath Form – (Dollar Tree)
6 packages of Twine Carrots – (Dollar Tree or HERE)
Hot Glue Gun
Burlap Ribbon – (Dollar Tree)
Brown and White Ribbon – (Michaels)
Step 1: Start by wrapping the burlap ribbon around the wire wreath form (You’ll probably use the entire roll.)
Step 2: Next, using the hot glue gun, add 2 strips of hot glue to the backside of the carrot and then apply to the wreath.
Step 3: Continue applying all the carrots to the wreath. Make sure to glue the carrots all the way around or you can also leave a space for the bow to cover the empty section.
Step 4: Add bow by using a twist tie or ribbon to the wreath form.
It’s that easy to make a carrot wreath to decorate for Easter or springtime with this Dollar Tree craft!
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