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Flower Pot Spring Wreath for Front Door (Dollar Tree Wreath Idea)

07 April

Learn how to make a Dollar Tree wreath for spring.  This adorable flower pot wreath is perfect for spring and through summer.  Get Dollar Tree wreath ideas to make an inexpensive wreath for your front door or hang in your home.  This spring wreath for front door is easy to make with supplies from the dollar store.


I needed a new spring wreath for front door, so I headed to my favorite store for craft supplies: Dollar Tree.  I was browsing and of course ended up in the gardening section because that will be my life until fall.


I found these adorable little terra cotta pots and thought they would make a really cute flower pot wreath.  Dollar Tree didn't disappoint with the flowers and greenery either.





I had the spring grapevine wreath that I picked up somewhere else, but the terra cotta flower pots, moss, and flowers are from Dollar Tree.


I didn't even add a ribbon, but you totally could.  Dollar Tree has some adorable ribbons to make a Dollar Tree wreath DIY.


Flower Pot Spring Wreath for Front Door


I just love how this Dollar Tree wreath DIY turned out.  It was simple to make too, which is definitely another bonus.


I made my Dollar Tree grapevine wreath basic because we are busy getting the farm prepped for spring and summer.  I'll give you some tips below to customize this Dollar Tree grapevine wreath to make it your own.





More Dollar Tree DIYs


For more Dollar Tree DIY ideas, check out these related posts:



How Do You Make an Easy Spring Wreath?


For this Dollar Tree spring wreath for front door, I just used a grapevine wreath, small terra cotta pots, moss, and some faux succulents.  Learn how to make a Dollar Tree wreath for a quick and easy spring wreath idea.


I'm not a good bow maker, so I didn't add a bow or use ribbon for my Dollar Tree wreath DIY.  It was easy peasy and took less than an hour!


The dollar store has lots of Dollar Tree wreath ideas.  They have flowers, ribbons, wreath forms, and fun things to put on wreaths.


Does Dollar Tree Have Wreath Forms?


Yes!  Different stores have different things.  But Dollar Tree does carry some wreath forms to make Dollar Tree wreath DIYs.  


My store doesn't always have much in stock, but I've ordered from the website and had it shipped to the store for free.  I can always find someone to buy the extras from me.


Dollar Tree has the following wreath forms:


  



Does Dollar Tree Sell Grapevine Wreaths?


No, Dollar Tree doesn't sell grapevine wreaths to make a spring wreath for front door  at this time.  The Bamboo wreath is the closest to it.  I look for them at thrift stores or use a coupon at a craft store.


How Do You Decorate a Grapevine Wreath in the Spring?


For spring, I like to leave some of the grapevine so I can see the color.  It's a good reminder that everything that has been dormant will be blooming soon.


I like to use flowers and greenery.  For this spring wreath for front door, I used mini flower pots and succulents.  Other faux flowers would also work.


I like pinks, peaches, purples, and other pastel colors for spring.  Tulips look pretty for spring.


I also added some little birds to my spring wreath for front door because the birds come back in the spring.


Browse the store for Dollar Tree wreath ideas.  There are lots of little things that you can use for a flower pot wreath.


How Do You Put Flowers on a Grapevine Wreath?


I used hot glue to attach my flowers to the flower pots on this Dollar Trees spring wreath.  If you want to add flowers directly to the grapevine wreath, you can also use hot glue.


A tip is to slide the stem of the flower inside the wreath sideways and then bend the flower at an angle and glue it.  This hides the stem and prevents it from sticking out the back.





How Long Do Grapevine Wreaths Last?


This spring grapevine wreath will last for several years.  If you make your own grapevine wreath, let it dry completely before using.  


The wreath forms you buy in the store are already dry, so they will last for several years.


Can Grapevine Wreaths Be Hung Outside?


Yes, you can hang this Dollar Tree grapevine wreath outside.  I recommend hanging it under a covered porch or somewhere out of the elements.


If you use this spring wreath for front door without a porch, a screen door will protect it.


Can Grapevine Wreaths Get Wet?


It won't hurt this spring grapevine wreath to get wet during a rain storm, but you should try to protect it from being in the rain for several hours or days.


Let it dry completely before storing.  It is made of dried organic material, and rain can cause mold or mildew to grow on it if you store it wet.  





How Do You Clean a Grapevine Wreath?


This Dollar Tree wreath DIY can get dusty during normal use.  Use a can of air or a hair dryer on a cool setting to blow off dust.  


Hold the hair dryer about 10 inches away and move it around to get rid of dust.


Flower Pot Supplies


To make a spring grapevine wreath, you will need the following supplies:






Flower Pot Wreath Directions


To make your Dollar Tree spring wreath, follow these instructions.


Step #1


Lay down your wreath and place the terra cotta flowers pots on the wreath to see how many you want and where to place them.  I used 10 flower pots to make my Dollar Tree spring wreath.


Step #2


Use hot glue to attach the flower pots to the spring grapevine wreath.  Press the flower pots firmly against the grapevine to attach them.





Step #3


Once you have glued the flower pots to the Dollar Tree grapevine wreath, decide where to place the succulents and moss.  I put moss inside some of the pots and added succulents.  I also have moss dripping out of some of the pots.


To make the moss drip out of the pots, add hot glue to the side of the pot.  Then add the moss.  Press the moss carefully because the glue is hot.  I use an old pair of scissors or a pencil to press things into hot glue.





Step #4


Use glue to add your succulents.  Add moss around them.  Place the bird on the wreath and attach with hot glue.





Flower Pot Wreath Tips and Variations


This is a quick and easy spring wreath for front door.  You can get creative with it.  I suggest walking through the aisles at your store for Dollar Tree wreath ideas. 


  • Use different flowers.  I like succulents, but Dollar Tree has several types of faux flowers.
  • Paint the terra cotta flower pots white or another color.  You can distress them or dry brush them for a farmhouse look.
  • Add a bow or some ribbon.
 


Now you know how to make a Dollar Tree wreath!  I hope you enjoy this Dollar Tree spring wreath.


wreath, spring, terra cotta, front door, dollar tree
Yield: 1 wreath
Author: Cari @ Koti Beth
Estimated cost: $20

Dollar Tree Spring Grapevine Wreath

prep time: 10 Mperform time: 1 hourtotal time: 1 H & 10 M
How to make a flower pot wreath for front door.

materials:

  • 18 inch Grapevine wreath (
  • 10 terra cotta pots
  • 3 succulents
  • Reindeer Moss and Regular Moss
  • White Bird 
  • Hot Glue Sticks

tools:

  • Hot Glue Gun

steps:

  1. Lay down your wreath and place the terra cotta flowers pots on the wreath to see how many you want and where to place them. I used 10 flower pots to make my Dollar Tree spring wreath.
  2. Use hot glue to attach the flower pots to the spring grapevine wreath. Press the flower pots firmly against the grapevine to attach them.
  3. Once you have glued the flower pots to the Dollar Tree grapevine wreath, decide where to place the succulents and moss. I put moss inside some of the pots and added succulents. I also have moss dripping out of some of the pots.
  4. To make the moss drip out of the pots, add hot glue to the side of the pot. Then add the moss. Press the moss carefully because the glue is hot. I use an old pair of scissors or a pencil to press things into hot glue.
  5. Use glue to add your succulents. Add moss around them. Place the bird on the wreath and attach with hot glue.
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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm in Ohio with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, five goats, and several chickens. She loves Gilmore Girls, glitter, coffee, and her kids. But not in that order.

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