Ornament Wreath – Pottery Barn Knockoff

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I am so excited to share my new holiday wreath with you!

I fell in love with this Pottery Barn Wreath as soon as I opened the catalog!    But since I have a problem where I look at everything and say “I can totally make that myself,” I knew I immediately I had to make one for my front door.

I really wanted a real wreath this year because I love the way they smell.  I found the wreath at Home Depot for $14.99.  Then I headed to my local Dollar Tree to buy some cheap ornaments.  I only needed three packs of ornaments so my wreath cost me less than $20.  Much better than $39.

This is a quick and easy project and you could always use an artificial wreath that is probably cheaper than a real one.

Step 1:  Glue ornament tops to ornaments with a glue gun so they don’t fall off when you attach them to the wreath.

Step 2:  Use floral wire to attach ornaments to wreath.

Step 3:  Hang and Admire!

Super easy and gorgeous!!  And it smells so good when you walk in the door!

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16 Comments

  1. This turned out wonderful! Love finding great crafting things at the dollar store!!

  2. I have become addicted to recreating Pottery Barn projects! I am working on some Mercury Glass-Pottery Barn Bells. I wish they would mail me my catalog….instead of emails. Looks great! I love the name plate personalization.

  3. I love frseh wreaths too. Such a wonderful greeting for your front door. {love the wreath hanger too!}