Day 15: Today I’m sharing a sweet wreath DIY with you. My polka dot wreath! It’s so simple and lovely for the fall. What you need: a wreath shape, moss, pom poms, hot glue, and optional: deer and trees.
– Glue your moss onto your wreath.
– When your moss is all secure, grab the pom poms. Glue them on.
– Optional: add a plastic toy deer and a couple bottle brush trees.
– You’re done!
Wreath: $2 – Moss: $6 (for a large bag) – Pom poms: $2
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I'm not usually a big wreath person, but this is quite easily the cutest wreath I have ever seen! Hope you don't mind, but I made one myself! (I'm at telafante.com if you want to stop by and see!) Oh and by the way, love your blog! So glad I found it!
So so cute!
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This is darling! Just moved to the top of my 'to do' list 😀
Thank you, sweet lady!
Gah! You did it again! First the pine cones, and now a wreath that I actually like! This is super cute.
This might just be cute enough to get me crafting. Dammit you're good.
Super cute! I am addicted to making wreaths! 🙂
ME too. I have 2 more to make. 🙂
such a great idea! love it and I'm loving all the days of diy so far! great job Chelsey!:)
Thank you so much!
Oooh, pretty! I really like this. Is the gluing the moss to the wreath tricky at all. I feel like I could make a disaster of that process, lol.
YES. It is. I'm going to edit the post. Forgot to mention that. Gluing moss is a pain in thee bum. BUT, it can be done. It took about an 45 minutes to glue (so messy).
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE! This is my favorite so far!!!!!!!!!!!
Yay! I'll have to give it to you soon. I have a couple of other wreaths going up. 😉
I am so glad that I found your blog! I have loved every single DIY that I've seen so far! So happy to be your newest follower 🙂 As for this wreath, it is absolute perfection: cutesy enough with the polka dots and rustic enough with the moss!
Thank you! I love polka dots AND moss.