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Farmhouse Shovel Wreath DIY

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Get ready for spring with this easy DIY farmhouse shovel wreath! Made from Dollar Tree supplies, it’s an affordable way to show some love to your door.

In addition to this being farmhouse style, it could probably work for a beach themed craft or a fall door decoration.

For me, it’s more springy so we like to hang it in March when the warmer weather is trying to make it’s way in. Unfortunately, this year, it seems like winter just wants to stick around. Maybe hanging this farmhouse shove wreath on the door will help spring move in quicker.

Farmhouse Shovel Wreath DIY

We’re huge on making our own affordable decorations. It’s fun getting a little crafty to create something. Plus, you get a one of a kind design so it’s fun to show off.

This farmhouse shovel wreath can also be placed indoors. You can hang it in the kitchen or living room to bring in some color. It only takes a few supplies, all of which can be found from the Dollar Tree. It’s easy to put together and it’ll look great on any door.

Note: You can print out the instructions below. Just head to the very bottom and you will see the tutorial and the option to print.

DIY Farmhouse Shovel Wreath Supplies:

  • Dollar Tree Kids Plastic Shovel (any color because we are going to paint it)
  • Dollar Tree Eucalyptus
  • Dollar Tree Burlap Ribbon
  • Dollar Tree White Gerber Daisey Bunch
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Black Spray Paint
  • Dollar Tree Twine
  • Zip tie
  • Scissors

How to Make the Farmhouse Shovel Wreath:

Start by applying 2 coats of black spray paint the to shovel. You can try one coat, but we had to put 2 coats on so that you didn’t see the original color coming through.

Shovel Wreath Bow

While the paint on the shovel is drying, take 12 inches of the burlap lace ribbon and make the bow. I just created 2 loops and used a zip tie to secure it in the middle and then cut the ends of the bow to the length I wanted.

Once the shovel is completely dry, add a a line of glue and add a couple pieces of the eucalyptus to both sides.

DIY Farmhouse Wreath Instructions

Then, add some glue to the bow and add one of the daisies.

Next, add some hot glue to the backside of the bow and press firmly onto the shovel.

Farmhouse Shovel Wreath Handle

Add a dab of hot glue to the top of the shovel and wrap the twine around. We covered the entire handle with twine.

Once you have it covered, cut the twin and use a dab of glue to secure it into place.

Farmhouse Shovel Wreath DIY

Now, you can just hang it on the door to welcome guests. They’ll love the cute little farmhouse shovel wreath and you can tell them just how easy it was to make!

More farmhouse crafts:

Farmhouse Shovel Wreath

In case you want to print out the instructions, I’ve included those below. You’ll get a list of materials we used for the farmhouse shovel wreath and step by step instructions just like above.

DIY Farmhouse Shovel Wreath

Get ready for spring with this easy DIY farmhouse shovel wreath! Made from Dollar Tree supplies, it’s an affordable way to show some love to your door.
Prep Time20 mins
Total Time20 mins
Yield: 1 wreath
Cost: $10

Materials

  • Dollar Tree Kids Plastic Shovel (any color because we are going to paint it)
  • Dollar Tree Eucalyptus
  • Dollar Tree Burlap Ribbon
  • Dollar Tree White Gerber Daisey Bunch
  • Black Spray Paint
  • Dollar Tree Twine
  • Zip tie
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors

Instructions

  • Start by applying 2 coats of black spray paint the to shovel. You can try one coat, but we had to put 2 coats on so that you didn’t see the original color coming through.
  • While the paint on the shovel is drying, take 12 inches of the burlap lace ribbon and make the bow. I just created 2 loops and used a zip tie to secure it in the middle and then cut the ends of the bow to the length I wanted.
  • Once the shovel is completely dry, add a a line of glue and add a couple pieces of the eucalyptus to both sides.
  • Then, add some glue to the bow and add one of the daisies.
  • Next, add some hot glue to the backside of the bow and press firmly onto the shovel.
  • Add a dab of hot glue to the top of the shovel and wrap the twine around. We covered the entire handle with twine.
  • Once you have it covered, cut the twin and use a dab of glue to secure it into place.

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