Monday, December 4, 2023

Winter Decor: Dollar Tree Duster Wreath


This is another project I saw last year and pinned to make this year. Who'd a thunk a few dusters from Dollar Tree would make such a pretty fluffy wreath?


  • Wreath Form/ I used a wire one but you can use the styrofoam ones they sell at DT.
  • For Duster Mops
  • Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
  • Bottlebrush Trees
  • Wired Ribbon
  • Ornaments
  • Pom Pom 

I was only able to find four of these Mop Pads across a few stores and would rather have had at least five but made it work! Your best bet is to order a box of them online. 

Cut each pad in half. You will get some fluff that falls off but you're going to be gluing these down so it doesn't matter. 

If you're using a wire wreath form, turn it over and work from the back side. If you're using the styrofoam form, doesn't matter. Cut each pad in half then glue each side to your wreath form with hot glue. Keep adding your halves until you've covered your form.

Once you've covered your form, you could stop there but what fun would that be?!

I hit JoAnn when they had a buy one get three free sale on ribbon and found this pretty snowflake ribbon. I already had some silver bottle brushes on hand that went perfectly with the ribbon.

I made a bow and glued down on the wreath. 

I wanted to put the bow on before I added the trees to make sure things were centered. 

To finish, I added two pinecone ornaments and a white pom pom I already had on hand. Once you're done with adding things fluff and hang!

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1 comment:

Stephanie said...

Carol, it turned out beautiful. Love the idea of using the mop pads from Dollar Tree.