DIY Woodland Dollar Tree Christmas Garland

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Give your front door a festive wintery makeover with this DIY Woodland Dollar Tree Christmas Garland. This Christmas wreath was made with dollar tree Provisions. It costs just $ 6 in materials and took less than 30 minutes to make, so it’s a quick and inexpensive Christmas craft.

This cheap and easy DIY Christmas wreath looks stylish and would look great on your front door or fireplace. Neutral colors would go well with the farmhouse Christmas porch decorations.

This Christmas wreath is a decoration you can keep all winter long, not just for Christmas!

Close up of woodland dollar tree Christmas garland

How to Make this Woodland Dollar Tree Christmas Wreath

  1. Paint the crown white
  2. Add Mod Podge and fake snow
  3. Glue the Christmas flowers and Christmas picks
  4. Add a deer in the center
  5. See below for more detailed instructions…

How to Personalize this Woodland Dollar Tree Christmas Garland

  • add a burlap knot on top
  • Give it a pop of color by adding a red ribbon scarf around the neck of the deer and red berries in the flowers.
  • mix glitter with the fake snow to give it a magical look.
  • add fairy lights around it.
  • add mini white Christmas trees to the bottom with the deer.

Impression

DIY Woodland Dollar Tree Christmas Garland

Woodland Christmas wreath using Dollar Tree supplies.

Yield: 1 crowned

Cost: $ 6

Materials

  • 1 moss crown shape
  • 1 small bottle Mod Podge
  • 1 oz White paint
  • 2 bag fake snow
  • 2 christmas flowers
  • 1 christmas choice
  • 1 deer ornament

Instructions

  • Paint the crown white. Let it dry.

  • Working in sections, coat the crown with Mod Podge and sprinkle with fake snow until the entire crown is covered with snow. Let it dry.

  • Glue your Christmas flowers to either side of the bottom of the wreath. I created a layered effect by gluing the longest flowers first, then the berries, and finally the Christmas pickaxe in the center, but it’s up to you how you want to style the flowers!

  • Glue the deer ornament to the center of the wreath. I glued two of the legs and the top of the antlers to make sure it was held in place.

  • Add any other Christmas accents you want. (bows, mini white Christmas trees, ribbons etc.)

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