Wednesday, December 10, 2014

How to Make Recycled Christmas Wreath Ornaments and $50 Dollar Tree Gift Card GIVEAWAY

This post is 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 followed the instructions on The Value Seekers Club website and added some extra embellishments.  These make great ornaments for the tree or as embellishments on gifts.

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Check out more of the awesome projects from the Value Seekers Club below on my friends' blogs. Hint: They are each giving away a $50 Dollar Tree giftcard as well so be sure to pop over to each post and enter their giveaways as well!

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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.


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

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

  3. I like the holiday kitchen gift set.

  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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