Give your front door a coastal makeover on a budget with this DIY Dollar Tree Coastal Wreath. This DIY summer wreath will bring the beach right to your door. You can make this wreath with just a few supplies from the dollar store. It costs under $10 and takes about 15 minutes to make so it makes a cheap and super easy summer craft for adults.
This DIY wreath is a great way to give your home a beach decor style without breaking the bank. A pre-made coastal wreath at a home decor store can be between $20- $40 while this one only cost $7 to make so you can literally make it at home for 50% less than it costs to actually buy it. Plus, it’s a fun craft to do. You can customize it anyway that you want such as adding accents like wood anchors, fishing net, signs, starfish, driftwood, sea glass, twigs, etc. You can even paint the rope if you want to (e.g. shades of blue). Another idea is to add some coastal florals like seagrass or florals with shades of blue. There’s a lot of ways to elevate this coastal wreath to fit your own style and creativity!
You can hang this beach wreath on your door, your mantel, porch, near the pool etc. Pretty much anywhere you’d like to add a touch of coastal flair. Everything to make this wreath came from Dollar Tree.
Supplies Needed for this Dollar Tree Coastal Wreath:
- nautical rope
- foam wreath form
- coastal burlap bow
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
How to Make this Dollar Tree Coastal Wreath:
- Glue the rope around the wreath form until it is completely full.
- Add a bow to the top.
- Add shells to the bottom.
Dollar Tree Coastal Wreath
- hot glue gun
- glue sticks
- pair of scissors
- 5 cotton nautical ropes
- 1 foam wreath form
- 1 coastal burlap bow
- 1 pack shells
- Glue the rope around the wreath until it is completley covered, making sure there are no gaps in between the rope. I put a small line of glue in between each piece of rope as I wrapped it around the wreath form to make sure there would be no gaps. I also glued each of the ends to the wreath form.
- Add the coastal burlap bow to the top of the wreath with a dab of hot glue.
- Glue the shells to the wreath form. You can add them all around, on the bottom, or the sides. Just wherever you'd like to put them!
- Add any extra accents that you want (wooden anchors, fishing net, welcome sign, burlap ribbon etc.)
- Hang your wreath!
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