The majority of these Christmas wreaths cost between $5 and $10 to make. Many of the supplies can be found at Dollar Tree or Walmart. These Christmas wreaths are festive and easy to do. Most of them take less than 30 minutes to make!

Supplies Needed:

  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks. A mini glue gun is all you will need. They are about $3 at Walmart and the glue sticks are $1 a pack.
  • Wreaths – foam, straw, grapevine and wire wreaths. All of these can be found at Dollar Tree. Sizes are between 10″-14″. Bigger wreaths can be found at craft stores or Walmart.
  • Mod Podge (it’s a glue for crafts)
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Small paint or sponge brush. You can get them for $0.50-$1 at Walmart.
  • Wire cutters for the florals. You can get wire cutters at Dollar Tree.

Money Saving Tip: Dollar Tree has Christmas wreath hangers in red, green and gold for $1

Money Saving Tip 2: You can use real pine garlands for the projects that require it if you have a tree in your backyard or get scraps from Christmas Tree shops. Check out this article to learn how to preserve evergreens


Candy Canes+ Snowflake Ornament (Dollar Tree) + Red Ribbon (Dollar Tree)

Glue the candy canes together, facing opposite directions
then add the snowflake ornament to the center


Candy Canes+ Peppermints (Dollar Tree) + Red Ribbon (Dollar Tree)

Here is the tutorial


Packs of Snowflakes (Dollar Tree) + Red Ribbon (Dollar Tree)


3 Plain Wreaths + Red Fabric (for scarf) + Red Mittens ($2- Walmart) + Cardboard Top Hat (tutorial here) + Sticks


Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Various Sized Foam Balls (Dollar Tree) + White Acrylic Paint ($0.50- Walmart) + Fake Snow ($1 at Walmart or Make Your Own) + Red Ribbon

Paint the foam wreath white and use this tutorial


Red and White Berry Bushes (Dollar Tree) + Grapevine Wreath (Dollar Tree)

Tutorial here


Bags of Gift Bows (Dollar Tree) + Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree)


Wreaths with Bows (Dollar Tree)


Poinsettia Bushes (Dollar Tree) + Grapevine Wreath ($2 – Walmart)

Use wire cutters to cut the poinsettias off their stems. More detailed tutorial here


Glitter Gold Poinsettia Bushes + Foam Wreath + Gold Spray Paint

Tutorial here


Burlap Ribbons (Dollar Tree) + Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) +
Garland Ties (Dollar Tree) + Pinecones + Snowflake Ornament (Dollar Tree) + White Berry Bush (Dollar Tree)+ Decorative Burlap Ribbon + Twine (Dollar Tree)

Tutorial here
Don’t be afraid to get creative with it. It doesn’t have to look exactly like the picture!


Peppermints (Dolar Tree) + Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Large Bow (Dollar Tree)

Use a glue gun to glue the peppermints to the wreath.
This project will probably take a least an hour.


White and Red Medium-Weight Yarn ($2.50 each at Walmart) + Red Bow (Dollar Tree)

Tutorial here


Wire Coat Hanger + Ribbon + Red Ornaments + Evergreen Sprig

Tutorial here – Just follow the pictures


Pinecones + Wire Wreath Frame + Floral Wire (Dollar Tree)

You can do this one of two ways:

  • If you have this many pinecones in your backyard, you can use them and just buy some cheap white, red and gold spray paint from Walmart.
  • You could also just paint them all white to give it a frosted look and save some money. White spray paint is only $1 at Walmart.
  • Otherwise, you can get some 6 packs of pre-painted pinecones from Dollar Tree for $1 each.
  • Tutorial for how to make a pinecone wreath is here


Pinecones + Red Ribbon (Dollar Tree)

Just glue the pinecones to the ends of the ribbons


Pinecones + Wire Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Floral Wire (Dollar Tree) + White Spray Paint ($1- Walmart) + Snow Spray ($2 – Party City) + Cardinals (Dollar Tree)+ Small Round Red Ornaments (Dollar Tree)


Wooden Paint Stirrers + Wire Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Glue + Pinecones + White Spray Paint ($1- Walmart)

View the tutorial here


Coffee Filters + Foam Wreath + Accents like Berries or Picks

This is really easy to make. Tutorial here


Foam Wreath + Christmas Pom-Poms (Dollar Tree)


Assorted Foil Gift Box Ornaments (12 pack, Dollar Tree) + Metal Frame Wreath (Dollar Tree)

Dollar Tree only has one size so you’ll have to find the other sizes somewhere else. Factory Direct Crafts has 24 assorted for $2.99. You could also use the miniature foil drums from Dollar Tree too.

Just glue the boxes onto the metal frame. Tutorial here


Jingle Bells (20-32 pack, Dollar Tree) + Wire Coat Hanger + Red Ribbon & Embellishments

Very easy to do – tutorial here


Small and Medium Round Ornaments (Dollar Tree, in 12, 16, 15 count packs for $1) + Foam or Straw Wreath

Tutorial here


Fake Pine Wreathes (Dollar Tree) + Red Ribbons (Dollar Tree)


Various Sized Snowflake Ornaments (Dollar Tree)

Use a glue gun to glue them together. You can also make a garland using these snowflakes.


White and Red Ribbon ($3 Craft Store) + Foam Balls (Dollar Tree) + Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Green Felt (Dollar Tree) + Red Glitter (Walmart – $1.50) + Red Acrylic Paint ($0.50 – Walmart)

Wrap ribbon around the foam wreath. Paint and glitter the balls and cut the felt into a leaf shape. For a more detailed tutorial, visit this blog.


Wood Boards or Picture Frame (Thrift Store – $5) + Garland (Dollar Tree) + Pinecones + Large Burlap Ribbon (Walmart – $2) + Wood Letters That Spell “JOY” ($0.50 a piece) + Twine

Tutorial here


sticks + Yarn + String Berries ($1.50 at JoAnns) + Merry Christmas Printable


Picture Frame ($3 – Thrift Store) + Spray Paint for Frame ($1 – Walmart) +
Christmas Door Hanger (Dollar Tree) + Ribbon (Dollar Tree) + Christmas Pick for Accent (Dollar Tree)


Twigs + Twine (Dollar Tree) + White Spray Paint ($1- Walmart)+ White Ribbon (Dollar Tree)+ Red Ornaments (Dollar Tree)

Personally, I think this Christmas Red Jute Twine from Dollar Tree would look the best to secure the sticks together, but you could also use the cotton twine from Dollar Tree.


Grapevine Wreath ($5 – Craft Store) + Sticks + Pinecones + Burlap Ribbon + Evergreen Sprigs + White Spray Paint ($1-Walmart)

Lightly coat sticks and wreath with white spray paint. Glue sticks and pinecones to wreath. Attach sprigs with ribbon


Wood ($5)  + Wood Stain (or spray paint) + Nails ($1.50) + Lettering ($1.50 each) + Christmas Picks + Ribbon

Tutorial here


Grapevine Wreaths ($1 – Michael’s ) + Wood Letters ($1.50 each – Walmart) + White Acrylic Paint ($0.50 – Walmart) Gold or Burlap Ribbon (Dollar Tree) + Evergreen and Pinecones for Accent


Small Grapevine Wreath ($5- Walmart) + Silver Berry Bush or Silver Ornaments (Dollar Tree)
+ Twine (Dollar Tree) + 2 Large Wood Letters ($3 a piece – Walmart)+ White Acrylic Paint ($0.50 – Walmart)


Candy Cane Ribbon + Gauge Wire

Tutorial here


Red Grosgrain Ribbon ($4 – Craft Store) + Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree)

Tutorial here


Santa Hat (Dollar Tree) + Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) + White Tulle ($1.50 Craft Store)

Tutorial here


Grapevine Wreath (Dollar Tree) + White Spray Paint ($1 – Walmart)

Gather some pinecones, sticks, acorns, or potpourri pieces etc. and glue it to your wreath and lightly coat it with spray paint to give it a frosted look.
You could also use snow spray, which is $2 at Party City.


Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Stripped Ribbon (Dollar Tree) + Eyelash Yarn ($3-$4 at Craft Stores)

Wrap yarn around wreath and hang with a ribbon. Get the small banner here.


Burlap Ribbon (Dollar Tree) + Wire Frame Wreath (Dollar Tree) +
Red Ribbon, Flowers, Christmas Picks, Ornaments (or whatever accents you want) (Dollar Tree)

It’s easier than it looks to make this. Tutorial is here.
You can add any embellishments you want like pinecones, letters,
christmas picks, etc. Also, Dollar Tree has green and red burlap.


Burlap Fabric (Dollar Tree) + Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Red Fabric Straps + Buttons or Beads

Fabric Flower Tutorial and Wreath Tutorial


Fake Pine Wreaths (Dollar Tree) + Red Ribbons (Dollar Tree)

You could even add some small red ornaments

Twine + Mason Jar Lids + White and Red Paint

Tutorial here


Foam Wreath + Bag of Moss + Ribbon + Christmas Pick

All of these items can be found at Dollar Tree. Here is a tutorial


Glittery Gold Ribbon + Foam Wreath + Gold Accents like Ornaments or Christmas Picks

Tutorial here


Wire Frame Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Wired Christmas Ribbon (Dollar Tree)

Here is a detailed tutorial


Foam Wreath + Christmas Wrapping Paper + Invisible Tape + Ribbon

All of these items can be found at Dollar Tree. Tutorial here


Foam Wreath + Red and White Garlands
All of these items can be found at Dollar Tree.

Just cut the garland into smaller pieces and wrap them around the wreath and glue in place with a glue gun


White Mesh (Dollar Tree) + Wire Wreath Frame (Dollar Tree)
+ Small Santa Hat (Dollar Tree) + Wood Letters & Red Glitter (Optional) +  Chenille Stems (Dollar Tree)

Here’s how to make the mesh wreath. Then you just glue the letters and/or Santa hat to it.


Pinecones + White Spray Paint ($1 – Walmart) + Jingle Bells (Dollar Tree) + Wire Wreath Frame (Dollar Tree) + Floral Wire (Dollar Tree)

A tutorial for how to make a pinecone wreath is here.
Lightly spray pinecones white before adding them to the wreath. Glue jingle bells to the pinecones.


White feather boa (Dollar Tree) + Whine String Lights (20 count, Dollar Tree) + Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) + White Acrylic Paint ($0.50 – Walmart)

Paint the foam wreath white and wrap the boa around it. Then, add the lights.


Foam Wreath (Dollar Tree) + Green Feather Boa + Red Ornaments (Dollar Tree)

They don’t sell green feather boas at Dollar Tree, but you can get a white one there. If not, you can get the green ones for around $5 at Walmart. Just wrap the boa around the wreath and glue the ornaments on with a hot glue gun.


Mircrofiber dusters (Dollar Tree) + Christmas Ribbon + White Chenille Stems (Dollar Tree)

Super easy. Check out the tutorial


Wire Clothes Hanger + Red Ribbon + Clothespins (Dollar Tree) + Green Spray Paint ($2 – Walmart) + Red Pony Beads

Here is the tutorial


Christmas Ribbon + Cardstock or Construction Paper + Foam Wreath

View the first image’s tutorial and here is the second tutorial


Foam Wreath + Red Ribbon + Striped Straws



Grapevine Wreath (Dollar Tree) + White Spray Paint ($1 – Walmart)

Gather some pinecones, sticks, acorns, or potpourri pieces etc. and glue it to your wreath and lightly coat it with spray paint to give it a frosted look.
You could also use snow spray, which is $2 at Party City.


Plastic Candy Canes (Dollar Tree) + Christmas Ribbon or Bow + Christmas Picks + Ornaments + Twine + Garland or Evergreen Clippings


Spruce Sprigs + Small Ornaments + Green Ribbon

Use twine to knot ornaments onto a floral pick. Then, push pick tightly into the boughs. Add a bow-tied ribbon.


Cotton Balls + Burlap Ribbon + Foam Wreath

All these items can be purchased at the Dollar Tree.


Foam Wreath + Toothpicks + Marshmallows + Accents like Ribbons or Ornaments

Here is the tutorial


Popcorn + Floss + Paper Plate + Ribbon (for hanging)

Tutorial here


Pine Garland (Dollar Tree) + Berry Rope Garland ($3 – Craft Store) + Twine (Dollar Tree) + Thin Red Ribbons (Dollar Tree) + Wood Stars ($0.30 – Craft Store)

Glue the berry garland to the top of the wreath. Tie ribbons on the wreath and through a hole in the stars. If you don’t have a pre-drilled hole in the stars, you will need to do it yourself with a small drill bit. Hang the wreath with the twine.


Wire Wreath Frame (Dollar Tree) + Gold Spray Paint + Foil Baking Pans (Dollar Tree)

Here is the tutorial


Wire Wreath Frame + Floral Moss + Floral Wire + Pinecones +
Burlap Ribbon

All of these items can be found at Dollar Tree. The tutorial is here


Wood Slice + Gold Ribbon

Not many materials needed for this, but you will need some power tools like a drill and saw. Here is the tutorial


Plastic Bags + Wire Coat Hangers

View the tutorial


Yarn + Foam Wreath + Floral Pins + White Acrylic Paint ($0.50) + Christmas Ribbon

Paint the foam wreath white and then follow these easy instructions


Craft Sticks (Dollar Tree) + Wood Discs + White Acrylic Paint ($.50 – Walmart) + Glitter ($1.50 – Walmart)

See the tutorial here

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