DIY Thrifted Christmas Wreath Using What I Have

Picked and Poshed
by Picked and Poshed
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3 Hours

I thrifted a white wooden wreath and made it my own Christmas Village using things I had on hand!

I thrifted this white wooden wreath. While it’s pretty on it’s own I prefer more color so I used what I had to make this my own.

I had some bottle brush trees as I have collected quite a few the last couple of years. Some thrifted trees, and some

new from Walmart and Target.

I also

had some little thrifted houses from a old village set I had I wanted to incorporate along with a few ornaments.

I decided to paint the little houses pink once I started arranging them on the wreath.

Here’s a mock up of the idea in my mind. I realized I wanted a softer look.

I used a hot glue gun to glue down the arrangement of things I had on hand.

I painted the little houses pink to make it all more cohesive.

Once I hot glued all my little trees, houses and ornaments down I had the cutest wreath!

Thanks for following along with this project! I hope you were inspired to create something you love this holiday season.

Find me on Instagram making things pretty @pickedandposhed

Stay safe and creative my friends!

Suggested materials:
  • White wooden wreath   (Thrift store)
  • Little houses   (Thrift store)
  • Bottle brush trees   (Walmart & Target)
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