This post has been updated with directions since the original directions I linked to are no longer on the web. This post was brought to you by Dollar Tree.
I showed you yesterday how I redid my combo guest and kid bathroom. One of the things we did was took down the shower curtain bar and replaced it with sliding glass shower doors. That left me with a pile of shower curtain rings and no shower curtain to hang. I saved them because I was sure I could do something with them - and then when I saw this project from Dollar Tree's Value Seekers Club I was so glad I had!
- Shower curtain rings
- Shiny pipe cleaners
- Faux greenery
- Ribbon bows
- Hot glue
- Ribbon for hanging
All of my supplies came from Dollar Tree (even the shower curtain rings - as that's where I bought them the first time!).
To make them, I just wrapped the green pipe cleaners around the shower curtain rings and then added embellishments like the glitter berries and ribbon bows. Tie a ribbon for hanging and you're done!
These make great ornaments for the tree or as embellishments on gifts.
About the Author:
Carissa is a lifelong crafter and mom of two creative boys. The owner and lead writer for Creative Green Living, she is also the author of two e-books including the best-selling beverage cookbook, Infused: Recipes for Herb & Fruit Infused Water, Tea and More and the forthcoming cookbook (spring 2017), Beautiful Smoothie Bowls. You can also find her projects featured in magazines like Kids Crafts 1-2-3 and Capper's Farmer. Her goal is to empower families to make easy projects and healthier choices that are beautiful and fun! Follow her on Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter or join the Creative Green Living community group.
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Sponsored post disclosure: This posts was sponsored by Dollar Tree in collaboration with Blueprint Social. Instructions for this project are from Dollar Tree's Value Seekers Club. Photos and opinions expressed here are all my own. I was compensated for my time spent making the project and for telling you about it. For more information about sponsored posts on Creative Green Living, please see my full sponsored post and review policy.