If you’re looking for a cheap and easy Halloween DIY craft project, you’ll love this Dollar Tree DIY Halloween wreath.
This is the easiest Dollar Tree DIY project ever! Seriously…anyone can do it!
And the best part is?! It literally only cost $4 to make. A whopping 4 bucks.
Move over “Tar-Jay”…we are making our own Halloween decor, and it’s budget friendly y’all.
If you have 5 minutes, and the slightest speckle of a crafty bone in your body, this DIY Halloween wreath project is for you.
Also check out my $3 Halloween Bat Wreath here!
Dollar Tree DIY Halloween Wreath Idea for $4
- Dollar Tree Wreath Form (You’ll find it in the floral/craft aisle
- Halloween Door Sign
- 2 Halloween Garlands
- Hot Glue Gun and glue sticks
Cut or break apart the Halloween door sign.
You can really use anything to decorate the wreath.
There are so many options at the Dollar Tree, for only $1!
We chose the cute three piece witch door hanger (pictured).
It was connected by ribbon so we just cut the ribbon apart, and now we have decor for our wreath.
Take one of the garlands, and wrap it around the wreath form.
It does not need to be perfect. I didn’t even use anything to attach it!
I just started wrapping!
Once the first garland is wrapped around the wreath form, add the second garland in the same way.
How cute does this wreath look?! Even without any other decor attached to it!
I used a hot glue gun to attach each piece of the de-constructed door hanger to our wreath.
My son told me, he likes the wreath better without the witch parts, but I won!
How simple was that?
You now have the perfect, cheap and easy Dollar Tree DIY Halloween Wreath for your front door this year.
I bet you are inspired to take on a few more Halloween DIY craft ideas.
Craft projects can be a bit addicting, but when the supplies are this cheap, you can stay on budget this ALL holiday season.
Let me know if you try this Dollar Tree DIY Halloween wreath!
I made this wreath and bought enough for my friend and I to craft them together. It was easy and fun, and cost was minimal. I could not find the witch hanger so I took some window clings, glued them to paperboard (Cheerios box!) and then cut them out. I also added some foam stickers of ghosts and skulls. Very cute!
Yay! I’m so glad you had fun doing this!