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Dollar Store Duster Christmas Wreath

Dollar Tree Christmas Duster Wreath 

Fluffy, poofy, soft, white…and cheap. That’s what this Dollar Tree Duster Wreath is and it’s what I’m sharing as part of this month’s Thrifty Style Team. 

After you check out the details on how to make this wreath, scroll to the bottom of the post to see all of the other amazing Thrifty Style Team shares.

How To Make a Duster Wreath

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For this DIY you’ll need the following supplies all from the Dollar Tree (or your local Dollar Store):

3 Boxes of Dusters

1 14-inch wire wreath

Hot Glue Gun

Scissors 

Wire Edge Christmas Ribbon

Instructions:

Open up one side of each duster carefully separating as you go. This is a little tricky because the dusters are delicate so take your time with this step.

You may need to use scissors to snip any connected areas that aren’t coming apart easily and if you do so, be careful not to cut the whole way through. 

This video shows the steps a little more clearly. 

Once you have all of the dusters “opened up” start gluing them around the wreath. 

The wreath has six sections, and you have six dusters so this makes it pretty easy to cover the entire wreath as in one duster will cover one section.

Center the duster and gently adhere it to the wreath with a hot glue gun and then adhere to the other side (the video shows this much more clearly than I am explaining it!). 

Once you’re done, you can use the wreath as is or add a bow. 

I chose to add a bow and made my own using these instructions

Now, wasn’t that easy? And, if you like the gilded pears (shown above) they were so easy to make and you can find the details here

And, here are the rest of the amazing thrifty ideas from the team.

DIY Mason Jar Centerpiece – Chatfield Court

How to Make a Bow Christmas Tree Topper – The Creek Line House

Easy Thrifty Outdoor Peppermint Pillow Wraps – DIY Beautify

Dollar Store Olive Appetizer Wreath -Redhead Can Decorate

Recycled Metal Seat Door Wreath – Bliss Ranch

How to Make Scented Pine Cones – I Should Be Mopping the Floor 

Champagne Bucket Christmas Tree Stand – Postcards from the Ridge

Thrifty and Easy hostess gifts – Duke Manor Farm

Dollar Store Duster Christmas Wreath– The How-To Home

Christmas Cloche Centerpiece Ideas – 2 Bees in a Pod

Vintage Thrifted Christmas Tablescape – What Meegan Makes

DIY Snowman Ornaments – Cottage at the Crossroads

Rustic Leather Magazine Holder – Unskinny Boppy

Vintage Drawer Pull Clipboard – Jen Rizzo

Believe Cricut Christmas Placecard Setting – Salvage Sister and Mister

Lois

Sunday 22nd of November 2020

Love the duster wreath. One question........where did you get the LONG LONG glue stick. I looked in Amazon, but couldn’t find. Thanx

Mary Beth

Sunday 22nd of November 2020

Hi Lois! The glue stick is a glue rope or roll (it's called both) and you can find it here: https://amzn.to/35Ut7Ol I hope that helps!

Angie @ Postcards from the Ridge

Friday 20th of December 2019

Oh my goodness! This is so creative! I would have never thought to make a wreath from a feather duster but it's really cute. Thanks for the idea and tutorial !

Mary Beth

Sunday 22nd of December 2019

Thank you so much, Angie!

laura janning

Wednesday 18th of December 2019

oh my cuteness! I can't believe how pretty this is and that they are dusters! Thanks for the inspiration. merry Christmas Mary Beth.

Mary Beth

Wednesday 18th of December 2019

Thank you so much, Laura, and a very Merry Christmas to you and your precious family. <3

Kristi @ Chatfield Court

Sunday 15th of December 2019

So clever and so pretty! You'd never guess what it was made out of.

Mary Beth

Sunday 15th of December 2019

Thank you so much, Kristi!

Julie

Saturday 14th of December 2019

I love this duster wreath so much! Snd the best thing is...no dusting required!!!!

Mary Beth

Saturday 14th of December 2019

Thank you, Julie, and I love your point about NO dusting! :)