Santa Hat Wreath

7 Materials
$10
45 Minutes
Easy

Did you know that you can take those garland door hangers from the dollar store and turn them into something beautiful? Well you can, all you need is a little imagination!
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Go to the Dollar Tree and look for this door hanger.
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Unravel the garland and remove everything off of the frame.
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This is how your bare frame should look.
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Use 1-2 6 inch rolls of mesh from Dollar Tree or any craft store. Zip tie to the top and start wrapping the hat.
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You will need to cut about 3 rolls of 6 inch white mesh about 10 inches long.
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Next you will scrunch them into a bow tie.
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Gather two of the bow ties and use a half a piece of pipe cleaner to tie them together. You will only need to twist the tie once.
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Tie about 15 - 18 of these sets on to the brim of the hat. I used the center bar. Be careful because this is plastic. You just need to twist it on there a few times.
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Take some yarn and wrap it around your hands. You will need to do this about 100 times. Remove from your hands and tie a long piece of yarn in the center. Cut your loops and shape the pom-pom. I take a teasing brush and brush the pom-pom to give it a fluffy shape.
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Tie the pom-pom to the top of your hat. Add a bit of glue on the red mesh to hold the pom-pom right where you want it to stay.
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Add your favorite bow and hang that beautiful wreath on your door. This wreath is also perfect for nursing homes or small apartment doors.
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