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DIY Berry Wreath

I am so excited to share with you this awesome DIY Berry Wreath that is made from supplies from the dollar store!  I love wreaths and I love inexpensive supplies so I’m pretty proud of myself *wink*

 

Supplies Needed:

  • wreath form
  • berry springs
  • hot glue/glue gun

Berry Wreath Supplies

{I reused a wreath form that I had originally purposed for my Mickey Mouse Wreath for the little’s 2nd Birthday Party so that is why it is spray-painted black.}

Start out by disassembling some of your berry sprigs (I used a total of 7 sprigs on mine 2-dark red 3-red and 2-white)

Berry Wreath Berries

Next I hot glued a few of the leaves on the wreath as the base.

Wreath Form

Next I just worked like I was completing a puzzle and fit all the berry springs in on the wreath, securing them with hot glue!

Berry Wreath

I am really happy with how it turned out!  I am also happy with the $8 price tag!

DIY Berry Wreath

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49 Responses to DIY Berry Wreath

  1. Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! I love berry wreaths! And you can’t beat the price!

  2. imklvr says:

    Brilliant! As usual! Just say another idea from dollar store stuff, so now I’ll add berries to my list! Thanks, girl!

  3. Maureen says:

    Che,

    Very nice! You are very clever with the stuff from the dollar store. Last year I took the berry sprigs and put them in my apothacary jars. I didn’t feel like filling them (again) with red and white mints.

    Maureen

    P.S. My adoption papers? Are you getting tired of the year long joke?

  4. I like how you have added the white berries, it creates a nice contrast.

    • Cheryl says:

      Thanks so much! I was hoping to find some light green one also but they were out :( I am happy with it…kind of candy-cane-ish :) Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Crystal says:

    Love it!! Especially since it only cost you $8 but it looks like it should cost way more!!

  6. debbiedoos says:

    ahhhh…I simply LOVE this. Looks like a million bucks, sure not a dollar or two! Thanks so much for joining in on our Dollar Tree Christmas party.

  7. Sherry says:

    I think it turned out lovely! Definitely not looking like it came from Dollar Tree stuff. Wish I had one on my front door now!

  8. Danni Baird says:

    So pretty and I love a good wreath! Love the price too! I am constantly blown away by the cool stuff I can find in the Dollar Store!

  9. Laurie says:

    Love your wreath. I’ve always wanted a berry wreath but didn’t want to pay the high prices. Thanks for sharing, now I can make my own! I’m visiting from Debbiedoo’s.

  10. LOVE it!!! Looks lovely… great job :) Would love for you to link up in our DIY decor section in our Merry, Meaningful Christmas link up here: http://www.mercyinkblog.com/meaningful-christmas

    have a blessed week,
    lauren {mercy ink}

  11. Shannon Fox says:

    Super cute! Love the $8 price tag too. Wreaths are crazy spendy, you have made a great DIY version :) Happy Holidays!!

  12. Jill says:

    Love this! Would love for you to share this on our Kitchen Fun and Crafty link party… http://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.blogspot.com/2012/11/kitchen-fun-and-crafty-friday-link_23.html?m=1

  13. Nikki says:

    Perfection. Its so classic. I love it!

    Stopping by from my new blog Catastrophe (www.catastropheblog.com) Would love for you to stop in and give a visit :) Have some FUN giveaways going on right now that you might enjoy!!

    Happy Holidays!! <3

  14. Denise says:

    Hi Cheryl! I found you over at the Dollar Tree Party. The berry wreath that you made is darling! What a good idea you had to add the white to it. Thank-you for sharing. Denise

  15. Barbara says:

    Very cute! Thanks for sharing at Keep Calm and Link Up! See you again Thursday night!
    Barbara at Chase the Star

  16. Sarah C. says:

    Ok. Now I need to go buy a glue gun because this wreath is awesome!

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  18. Megan says:

    Your wreath is just gorgeous!! I love the red and white combo. Megan

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  21. Joey says:

    This is so cute and affordable! Hope you don’t mind I featured your wreath on my Top 10, http://createdinawe.blogspot.com/2012/12/top-10-diy-christmas-wreaths.html. Thanks!

  22. I love the wreath idea I am going to try this soon for sure!

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  24. Linda says:

    Oops, really $9.00 you have to count the wreath. Nine berries in the pic & the wreath. You did a great job, I am going to make one.

  25. Emilia says:

    Love it! I’m planing to make this for Independence Day, for my entrance door. Would you mind telling how big the wreath form is?

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