Dollar Store Duster Christmas Wreath

3 Materials
20 Minutes

This wreath is so simple to make, very inexpensive, and looks like a big ole fluffy white poodle when it's completed.

The above is the completed wreath with a big beautiful homemade bow. You can get the details on how to make bows like this on my blog here. 🎀 Now, let's get wreath makin'!

First Step: Supplies

Other than the ribbon for the bow you'll need disposable dusters from the dollar store (3 boxes of 3 each box), a wire wreath form from the dollar store as well, and a glue gun.

Gently open each duster lengthwise. These tear easily and will require a little bit of patience. You only want to separate/open one side of the duster. Once the dusters are all "open" lay them flat so you can grab them easily for the next step.

Lay each duster out across the wreath form and glue into place one at a time, lengthwise. Once the first duster is glued to the wire wreath add the next duster slightly overlapping the first. Continue until the wreath is totally covered. Add a bow, and your done.

Get all the details here on the blog.

Check out my video for each step of the process!

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Mary Beth @ The How to Home
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  • Char Char on Nov 22, 2021

    So pretty! I've never seen a glue stick so long, very cool for big glue projects. Your voice is so sweet and soothing and the music in between was delightful. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  • Robyn Robyn on Nov 22, 2021

    What a really pretty winter wreath! You can leave it up all throughout January because it doesn't look only like a Christmas wreath. I am going to try this for sure, thank you for sharing with us!

    Happy Holidays! 🎄❄