This is a simple wreath using 4 Dollar Tree items and beautiful ribbon. It's a small wreath but will still make a statement on any door or window this holiday season!
Back in September 2016 I saw this simple technique on Youtube. I decided I had to change it! I added the second row which made the wreath full and beautiful and since the the Ruffle Burlap Wreath has been a famous wreath. You see it everywhere. Here's the simple technique along with my addition of the second row to make it fuller.
This was the hat that started it ALL!!! I did a FaceBook Live that showed how to turn a Dollar Tree Witch Hat into a Santa Hat and then the hats took over. You see them everywhere and others doing Lives now showing how to do them. It's a easy project and for anyone.
I will show you how to turn and ordinary Dollar Tree witch hat into a beautiful witch hat that you can add to your door. This project is simple and anyone can make it.Step 1: Watch the video :)
Here is a video on how to turn a simple Dollar Tree witch hat into a cute Scare Crow hat for the fall. This is perfect for your door from now until Thanksgiving. The best part about this is you don't have to break the bank to decorate your door. Make yours today and have fun. Find your creative side and go for it!
My name is Debi and I started this wreath journey in 2012. My sister was pregnant with my nephew and my mom and I wanted to make sure she had a wreath for the hospital door. Being the creative person I am, I decided I would make it. I was hooked on making wreaths after that.
I love making mesh, floral, burlap, or any type of wreath. I love helping people learn to make wreaths, and I LOVE talking with people about wreaths in general.I also make other crafty things such as flower arrangements, lantern swags, birdcage swags, wood cutouts and paintings, and of course vinyl lettering.
I have learned that after a lot of time spent search YouTube and google, there has to be a better way of learning. I wanted to reach out to others without them having to do all the searching that I've done. I decided it was time to expand my business and begin teaching the craft that I love so dearly. Now I offer an online class through a page on FaceBook. I dedicate a lot of time to this group and I show how you can make lovely wreaths. I am constantly learning more from others in the business as well as on the outside so that I can teach everyone who comes in to my group more.