Shower Pouf Turned Christmas Wreath

by Melanie
8 Materials
2 Hours

Every year I am given bath products for my birthday, Mother's day and Christmas. Not complaining I love them. With every gift I have received shower poufs with them. I never use them, but I never get rid of them. I found a bag of them I had accumulated all white in color and asked myself what can I do with them. While strolling Dollar Tree the answer came to me. Why not make a wreath.

So here is the inspiration for this project. I have 10 in total but will only be using two for this wreath. You can buy them from any Dollar store in a variety of colors.

The first step is to cut the tie holding the pouf together. You will be left with this.

I purchased this wreath ring at Dollar Tree.

I purchased these led battery operated lights with timer from Dollarama. They are a set of 50 and have 7 function modes. I took my wire wreath and wrapped the lights around the entire wreath.

Here it is with the lights wrapped around the wire frame.

To attach the pouf I will be using my glue gun.

I began securing the pouf with my glue gun by placing the glue on the wire and pressing down to secure. The pouf had the natural folds in it from being tied so I am using that to my advantage . I continued going around the wire frame adding glue about every half an inch.

Here is what it should be starting to look like.

Continue to go around the wire until complete . I used one pouf and continued to cover the remainder of the wire with another pouf. I continued to do another layer around the wreath using the second pouf.

Here is the wreath with the shower pouf attached.

Now it is time to decorate the wreath. I bought this decoration at Dollar Tree and it is perfect for this project.

Using my glue gun I attached it to the bottom of my wreath.

I bought this Christmas branch from the Dollar store and will be using it on my wreath.

Using my scissors I cut the branches and placed on either side of my truck securing with my glue gun.

I had some artificial ref berries and small pine cones that I will be adding to my greenery.

Next step is to add a bow. I had this one already. You can buy or make your own.

Here is my wreath complete with the bow, berries and pine cones attached.

This is the wreath lit up. I love how this turned out and can't wait to hang it on my door!

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