Wednesday, December 10, 2014

How to Make Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments

How to make mini Christmas wreaths with pipe cleaners and shower curtain rings from Dollar Tree
These mini Christmas wreath ornaments are made with pipe cleaners, shower curtain rings and other items you can pick up at Dollar Tree (if you don't already have them at home!). They make a great Christmas ornament or cute mini wreath adornment for Christmas gifts. 

They're super budget friendly and for $4 (or less!) you can make about a dozen mini Christmas wreath ornaments to hang on your tree or to adorn all your gifts. It's the perfect craft to do in front of the TV as you are winding down at night.

Supplies

  • Shower curtain rings
  • Shiny pipe cleaners
  • Faux greenery
  • Ribbon bows
  • Hot glue
  • Ribbon for hanging
All of my supplies came from Dollar Tree (although I guess I did have my Dollar Tree shower curtain rings on hand already since I'd been using them in my bathroom for a couple years before they became mini Christmas wreaths)

Dollar Tree shower curtain rings and pipe cleaners

How to Make Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments

To make them, I just wrapped the green pipe cleaners around the shower curtain rings until the ring is covered. Next, I added embellishments like the glitter berries and ribbon bows with hot glue.

Tie a ribbon for hanging and you're done!

These make great ornaments for the tree or as embellishments on gifts.

mini christmas wreaths made with pipecleaners and shower curtain rings
mini Christmas wreath ornaments from dollar store pipe cleaners shower curtain rings


Lots of DIY Christmas ornament tutorials

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Carissa Bonham is a lifelong crafter and mom of two creative boys. The owner and lead writer at Creative Green Living, she won the Craftys Award for the "Best Craft Blogger" category in 2016. 

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4 comments:

  1. Absolutely great ideas!! I love all of these diy ornaments. Thanks for sharing.
    Domestic cleaners Maida Vale

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  2. adorable, but I am still looking for the directions you used on the Value Seeker site. I'll keep looking.

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  3. I like the holiday kitchen gift set.

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  4. Oh I really love the Snowflake candles!!! I love the ornaments you did! So neat they are made our of shower curtain rings! We were looking for something Carter could make for aunts...that would be so cool!
    landfjacobson @ charter . net

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