Make Wreaths for Less Without Traditional Forms

Make Wreaths for Less Without Traditional Forms

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Sarah Rae Smith
Nov 28, 2011

Holiday wreaths are beautiful and are everywhere this time of year. It's hard not to get the itch to make your own, but between the trip to the craft store and the cost of a traditional wreath form (be it floral foam, grapevine or styrofoam), there's a good chance you'll ditch the idea. What if you could make one for less with supplies from the Dollar Store?

This tip from The Art of Doing Stuff suggests using a pool noodle from the Dollar Store. A simple dowel rod (and every DIYer's best friend) holds both ends together and allows you to make a wreath form for far less than the craft store version. You can check out the details to make your own low-cost wreath form over at The Art of Doing Stuff.

Image: The Art of Doing Stuff

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