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Farmhouse style wreath with all Dollar tree supplies for under $10

This is a really small fun project all from Dollar Tree items and is gonna be under $10!

If you love the farmhouse style or succulents then you will love this. It is going to be really easy and simple and and

inexpensive I mean you can’t beat that right?

I love to go to my Dollar Tree and just see what I can come up with for decorations that look high-end without

the price tag. On my recent trip, I came across succulents. I knew I had to do something with these. I gave myself a

budget of $10 to see what I could come up with.

Succulents are so popular right now and I wanted to see what I could come up with using them. I grabbed a floral

ring and some burlap and headed home. I have seen some really cute wreaths with the burlap and thought that would

be the perfect solution.

For this project you will need:

1 Floral foam ring 7.9″

2-3 rolls of burlap ribbon 3″

4-5 Succulents in the pot (you will remove from the succulent from the pot)

2 Floral pins

1 Pipe Cleaner (Fuzzy Stick)

Hot glue

Video Instructions



Open your burlap roll and your floral foam. Start wrapping the burlap around the floral foam. Insert your first floral pin

on the side of the foam.

Continue to wrap the burlap around the foam.

You want to keep the burlap tight to the foam in order to get a nice finished look. Once you have used the first roll, you

will start the second roll going in the opposite direction of the first roll. Use your second floral pin to start the second roll.

Wrap the second roll around the foam and use a bit of hot glue to secure the end of the burlap to the foam.

Once you have the foam wrapped and you are happy with the look of the burlap, you need to decide where you would like

to place your succulents on your foam. Remove your succulent from the pot and set aside.

Use a sharp object such as a screwdriver or ice pick to make a hole in the foam and burlap

to insert the stem of the succulent.

Add hot glue to the stem before you insert into the hole you made.

You can add a hanger with a bow to your farmhouse wreath by cutting a length of burlap and making a simple

two loop bow. Use the pipe cleaner to go around your bow and attach to the hanger. You can make a small hanger with

the excess pipe cleaner.

Now you have an adorable farmhouse wreath for your home for under $10.

I hope you enjoyed this. Let me know

if you try this or you have another project you would like to see me do.

Affiliate links below for items used. I get a small commision if you purchase from my link, however, there is no

additional cost to you.

Floral Pins

Pipe Cleaners

Glue Gun

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  1. Vivian on June 12, 2018 at 9:09 pm

    What a surprise to receive this in my email. Hope your vacation was fantastic & thanks for sharing some pictures. Lori your just an awesome lady I’ve learned so much watching your videos I only make for pleasure and give to friends & family.
    I also joined the private club on Facebook it’s great to see all the great support and what others are doing, I have posted a few pictures also. God bless you and your family. Do I need to sign up to be on your subscription mailing list or will this do. Can’t wait to see what you have next.

    • Lori Jacobs on June 13, 2018 at 12:04 pm

      Thank you, Vivian, if you received my email then you are all set to get my emails. I am sorry it took so long to get to my list but I am all set now. I hope you enjoy them. Let me know if there is something specific you would like to see.

  2. Paula Knight on June 19, 2018 at 9:43 am

    From the very start, I have liked you the best, as a teacher aide, Your down to earth, a family woman, love bella and your son,s popping in and out occasionally… it all makes it REAL. I am doing a craft room, in our basement, so very thing has been on hold, been a month at least, just 1 video from you, and I want to run to Hobby Lobby, JOANNS, ACMoore or Christmas tree shop, or place orders ha. Please do not change your ways, this was meant for you to TEACH.

    • Lori Jacobs on June 19, 2018 at 6:54 pm

      Lol i understand I am a ribbonaholic and craft junky. I have no intention of changing. Thank you for watching

  3. JoAnn Williams on July 1, 2018 at 6:59 pm

    so cute and so on the cheap side, and you was my first teacher too! Have really enjoyed your videos and made my very first wreath watching your videos. On days I feel down, I can go watch one and you help me feel so much better. Thank you so very much for all you do !

    • Lori Jacobs on July 3, 2018 at 4:57 pm

      Oh thank you JoAnn I am so glad it helps you.

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