Simple Budget Friendly Easter Wreath Ideas / Dollar Tree

I wanted to work on some new wreaths for the upcoming Easter holiday, and also update one that I have had for a few years.

They are budget friendly, and I think they turned out really cute!

I started with the one that I wanted to update.
I have had this wreath or door hanger for several years.
I purchased it after Easter one year on clearance at Walmart, and while it is still very pretty and I really like the structure and look of it,  I wanted to give it a refresh.

So I gathered up some faux florals to add in and I chose to go with some blues and purples.

I also wanted to add a bow, and I really liked the buffalo check ribbon with this one so I made a bow and attached it to the front with my hot glue gun.

(If you'd like to see the video on how I make my bows you can check it out here on my youtube channel)

I also went ahead and added a fun chalkboard tag to the center of the bow.  I actually decorated some of these tags for my Etsy shop but I thought it would look great on my updated wreath!

I love how it turned out, just a few simple touches to give it a fun new look!

The next wreath I worked on is so simple but so stinking cute!

The wreath form and bunny wall hanging were both purchased at dollar tree.

I started by taking the bunny sign apart.
Then I used hot glue to place the bunny on one side.

Then I attached the carrots to the other side near the top and layered them a bit.

I chose to use the buffalo check ribbon for the bow on this one as well.

For the center of the bow I used jute twine and looped it several times then simply tied it together and placed it in the center of the bow.

I thought it would go really well with the color of the bow on the bunny and the color of the wreath as well.

So fun!  (and simple.. and easy on the budget..)

For the next wreath I had a pastel idea in mind. 

I had purchased this bunny welcome sign at dollar tree and I thought it would be fun on a wreath, so I simply used hot glue to attach it to my wreath.

Then I started adding in some faux florals.

I chose to use some greenery with pink, yellow, and lavender flowers to dress up the bottom of the wreath
and I knew I wanted a larger bow on this one in several colors, so I chose a pretty pink, light blue, and one that has a Easter egg print.

I simply layered single loops together until I liked the size/look and secured it with some paddle wire.
Then I used hot glue to attach it to my wreath.

I also chose to wrap the wreath form in the egg print ribbon and I am loving this pretty pastel

I hope you enjoyed my Easter wreaths and if you'd like to see the video I have it linked below.

 - Tina

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Buffalo Check Ribbon: Here
Jute twine: Here
Metal Farmhouse sign: Here
Handheld frother: (similar) Here
Butter dish: (similar): here
Gorilla Cart: Here
Hot Glue Gun: Home Depot or: here

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