This post may include affiliate links to find a product mentioned. See my full Disclosure Policy.
Hello all! St. Patrick’s Day is almost here and 16 of my favorite bloggers got together to share St. Patty’s Day Crafts on a Budget! We were given a budget of no more than $10 and we were challenged to create a St. Patrick’s Day craft using items from the dollar store or dollar section of their local stores. Here is how I made my Dollar Store Mesh Wreath!
St Patricks Day Dollar Store Mesh Wreath
- 2 Rolls white 6inch Deco Mesh $2
- 1-2 Rolls Green Burlap Ribbon $2
- St. Patrick’s Gold Coins $1
- Gold Curling Ribbon $1
- Large felt Shamrock $1
- Tinsel Shamrock $1
- Wire Wreath $1
- Pipe Cleaners
- Hot glue & gun
- Sharp scissors
Add two pipe cleaners per section of the wire wreath.
Take the end of the roll of deco ribbon and fold the end of the ribbon under and pinch the end together.
Secure the pinched end to a pipe cleaner turning the pipe cleaner three times to make it snug. Bunch up around 8-10 inches of the mesh and pinch another section and secure it to the next pipe cleaner. Secure the ribbon all the way around the wreath. Trim at the end and turn that end under and secure with a pipe cleaner.
Add the green burlap ribbon in the same manner of the deco mesh ribbon. Weave in and out of the deco mesh with the green ribbon.
Not shown: I added another row of deco mesh to the center of the wreath to hide the wire base. Add one pipe cleaner per section and repeat the above steps.
Take five 12 inch strips of the gold curling ribbon and bunch it together. Tie the ribbon around the ribbon base in 5 sections. Curl the ribbon by sliding scissors down the strands.
Hot glue the gold coins to the ends of every other pipe cleaner to add bling. Curl the remaining pipe cleaners with a pencil.
Place the felt shamrock over the wreath and hot glue it down to the mesh. For added security, hot glue a pipe cleaner to the back of your shamrock and the tie it the wire wreath. Hot glue the tinsel shamrock to the felt shamrock.
Fluff and arrange the ribbons and hang it up! And that’s it! So easy and super cute for nine bucks!
Now onto the Party!
Thank you for joining me for this St. Patrick’s Day Blog Hop! We’ve got 16 crazy talented bloggers sharing St. Patrick’s Day crafts – on a budget! Each blogger was given a budget of no more than $10 and challenged to create a St. Patrick’s Day craft using items from the dollar store or dollar section of their local stores.
Let’s meet these crafty bloggers!
Megan at C’mon Get Crafty
Erlene at My Pinterventures
Victoria at Dazzle While Frazzled
Kim at Made in a Day
Lyn at MidMichiganMom
Robin at Redo It Yourself Inspirations
Karen at Garden Chick
Marie at DIY Adulation
Terri at Our Good Life
Sherry at Olives-N-Okra
Raquel at Organized Island
Michelle at Our Crafty Mom
Betsy at Happily Ever After, Etc
Tammy at One More Time
Molly at Just a Little Creativity
Rebekah at Crayons in My Camera Bag
Check out the rest of the budget crafts!
- C’mon Get Crafty
- My Pinterventures
- Dazzle While Frazzled
- Made in a Day
- Redo It Yourself Inspirations
- Garden Chick
- DIY Adulation
- Our Good Life
- Organized Island
- Our Crafty Mom
- Happily Ever After, Etc
- One More Time
- Just a Little Creativity
- Crayons in My Camera Bag