Adorable Dollar Store Christmas Wreath Ideas

If purchasing a big elaborate wreath isn’t in the budget this year, we’ve got you covered with a roundup of adorable Dollar Store Christmas wreath ideas that you make yourself. You’ll love how easy these are to make and even more how they turn out. Be sure to bookmark this page so you can easily come back to it and share with your friends!

Adorable Dollar Store Christmas Wreath Ideas

These beautiful and festive Christmas wreaths can be hung on your front door, back door, entryway, or even in a bedroom – anywhere you’d like to spread some holiday cheer.

Red & White Christmas Ribbon Wreath (Shelterness)

This wreath doesn’t require many materials at all. In fact, all you need are three different types of patterned ribbons, each one being at least 24 inches long and with wire (preferably). You’ll also need a 12” metal ring. Cut and create 12 bows out of each ribbon pattern and attach them with hot glue to the wreath form. Then, your wreath is ready to hang!

Snowball Wreath (Two Junk Chix)

This cute wreath is made from styrofoam balls wrapped in yarn. This offers much versatility as you can go with a color theme of your choice or stick with a monotone theme, which is perfect for a farmhouse look. To add some texture, you’ll also want to consider wrapping a few balls in jute. Adding extra wintery embellishments is another great idea too. Create decor for before, during, and after the holidays with a wreath like this.

Coffee Filter Wreath (Let’s DIY It All)

Who knew that coffee filters could make such an adorable wreath?! It does take a bit of time to make, but not longer than 30 minutes or so. The filters are pinched together to make a flower type look and hot glued to a circular styrofoam wreath form. A Sharpie marker was used to ensure you don’t burn your finger and make it easy once you start getting lots of the filters attached.

Peppermint Candy Wreath (Dreamy Whites)

This wreath is cute, yummy, and smells amazing. Of course you’ll want to save a few peppermints for eating but be sure not to eat too many! Individual peppermint candies are hot glued onto a circular styrofoam wreath form and hung using a piece of twine. 

Woodland Winter Wreath (Sew Homegrown)

Create your own woodland winter wreath using cream or off white yarn and various embellishments that depict winter-like nature. Think bird’s nests, pinecones, and winter flowers. Wrap your wreath form in the yarn and then place the embellishments on the bottom or off to the right or left sides. These are super easy and inexpensive to create.

Christmas Bow Wreath (Design Improvised)

This unique wreath uses lots of gift bows, which means the only work you’ll do is apply them to a wreath form. You can choose to go with any color you like and hang your finished product on your front door or use it as a wreath for your Christmas tree. This would be a wreath to get the kids involved with as well. Perhaps they can make one for their room.

Super Easy Ornaments Wreath (The Happier Homemaker)

Similar to the Christmas bow wreath, you’ll only need Christmas tree ornaments to recreate this wreath. Use ornaments that match your color theme and hot glue them to a circle wreath form. This is a wreath that would look amazing on your front door or on your Christmas tree. Consider making mini ones for the tree and a large one for the door.

Snowman Wreath (Grillo Designs)

White deco mesh is the highlight of this wreath. You’ll cover a circle wreath for in it and top it off with a black hat, eyes and a mouth made from black construction paper (or felt), and an orage squash for the nose. 

More Christmas Wreaths

I’ve made my fair share of Christmas wreaths with some of my favorites listed below:

Check out even more Christmas wreaths and ideas here.

Final Thoughts

Decorating for Christmas doesn’t have to be expensive, especially when it comes to wreaths. Save a few dollars and try your hand at some of these Dollar Store Christmas wreath ideas. Let us know which one you plan on trying!

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