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White Sunflower Wreath

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A DIY white sunflower wreath that’s perfect for summer or spring! It’s also budget-friendly and easy to make!

We love our Dollar Tree crafts. If you’ve been following along with our budget-friendly crafts, you know we post a lot of Dollar Tree wreaths! Why? Because they are fun to make and it’s an inexpensive way to bring some joy into your home.

Dollar Tree White Sunflower Wreath

Our newest wreath to share is this white sunflower wreath. It’s fun for spring or summer and you only need a few supplies.

White Sunflower Wreath

If you’ve missed out previous DIY wreaths, you can check them out here:

We even did a winter snowman wreath and a Christmas grapevine wreath for the holidays that came out great.

Back to the task at hand! This white sunflower wreath is just adorable. It’s easy to make and you can have it ready to hang on the door in no time.

White Sunflower Wreath

Easy DIY White Sunflower Wreath Supplies

  • 18 inch Grapevine Wreath 18 inches
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors
  • Wire Cutters
  • Wooden Hello Cutout (found at the Dollar Tree)
  • Jute Twine (found at the Dollar Tree)
  • 6 bunches of White Sunflowers (found at the Dollar Tree)

How To Put Together the White Sunflower Wreath

DIY White Sunflower Wreath Process

DIY White Sunflower Wreath Process

Start by cutting two small pieces of the jute twine about 2.5 inches and hot gluing them to the backside of the H and O letters. These will create small loops so that you can attach it to the wreath

Then, cut (2)- 5 inch pieces of jute twine. Slide each piece of jute twine through the loop you created and flip the hello cutout over and attach it by using the jute twine and the grapevine wreath pieces.

Next, pop the flowers off of the stems and add some hot glue around the bottom, then glue them to the grapevine wreath.

If you start adding the flowers next to the hello cutout and then continue around the rest of the grapevine wreath, it makes it a little easier.

Easy right?! This is a simple wreath craft that you can do and it will bring a little spring in as you welcome guests into your home.

Notes:

We used white sunflowers, but if you want to change the colors you can. Yellow sunflowers will also make this wreath look great and make the hello sign will pop out a little more.

You can paint the hello sign. Use any color you’d like. We left it as is, but now I wish I would have painted it just to add a pop of color to the white sunflower wreath. Maybe a spring-ish blue, yellow, or pink color?

White Sunflower Wreath

If you are like me and want to print out the instructions so that you have them on hand, I’ve included those below.

DIY White Sunflower Wreath

A DIY white sunflower wreath that’s perfect for summer or spring! It’s also budget-friendly and easy to make!
Prep Time18 mins
Total Time18 mins
Yield: 1 wreath
Cost: $10

Equipment

  • Wire Cutters
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun

Materials

  • Wooden Hello Cutout (found at the Dollar Tree)
  • 18 inch Grapevine Wreath 18 inches
  • Jute Twine (found at the Dollar Tree)
  • 6 bunches of White Sunflowers (found at the Dollar Tree)

Instructions

  • Start by cutting two small pieces of the jute twine about 2.5 inches and hot gluing them to the backside of the H and O letters. These will create small loops so that you can attach it to the wreath
  • Next, cut (2)- 5 inch pieces of jute twine. Slide each piece of jute twine through the loop you created and flip the hello cutout over and attach it by using the jute twine and the grapevine wreath pieces.
  • Then, pop the flowers off of the stems and add some hot glue around the bottom, then glue them to the grapevine wreath.
  • Tip: If you start adding the flowers next to the hello cutout and then continue around the rest of the grapevine wreath, it makes it a little easier.

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