How to Make a $2 DIY Wreath with Easy Tulle Bow (using a Mop Head)

You won’t believe me when I say I can show you how to make a DIY wreath for only $2, but it’s TRUE! This Dollar Tree mop head has been the star of several of my recent DIY’s and this one did not disappoint. The addition of an Easy Tulle Bow makes this wreath one of my favorite wreaths I’ve ever made. The process to make this DIY wreath is almost too easy to make a full blown step by step tutorial on it, but here goes.Dollar Tree Mop Head Wreath PIN

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supplies you’ll need to make this diy wreath

  • Dollar Tree mop head
  • Dollar Tree wire wreath form (I used the 12″ one)
  • Optional Tulle Bow requires tulle
  • Optional bling

diy wreath supplies

how to make a diy wreath step by step

  1. Remove the mop strings from the plastic cap using wire nippers.Christmas Cone Trees removing mop head
  2. Tie a starter knot on the inside hoop anywhere on the wire form.diy wreath tying starter knot
  3. Wrap the mop string around the wreath form until the entire form is covered. I left a little slack instead of pulling it too tight but it all depends on the look you desire.diy wreath process
  4. Tie a knot at the end and tuck it under the other strings. That’s it!

video tutorial on how to make a diy wreath from the dollar tree

If you missed the video or prefer to see how this was made visually, I’ve linked the video HERE.

$2 dollar tree diy wreath

This turned out so much cuter than I dreamed. It almost has a ‘farmhouse’ flair to it. I love the neutral colors that make this wreath fit in a variety of decors. It’s definitely a showstopper that will carry me from winter straight through to spring!Dollar Tree Mop Head Wreath final

Dollar Tree Mop Head Wreath final looking up

Dollar Tree Mop Head Wreath close up bow

ways to display your diy wreath

  • This wreath although durable; because, well it’s a mop, should probably stay indoors. It would look gorgeous on the back of any door in the house, maybe even with a cute sign in the middle!
  • A Gallery Wall is a great place to display this dollar tree diy wreath! Tucking it just inside an empty frame would create just the right look.
  • Setting it up on your mantle with other pieces of complementary decor is another wonderful way to display it.
  • This wreath would be perfect for a wedding displayed on the back of any or all of the chairs.
  • Place three of these diy wreaths in a row hung from pretty ribbon for instant art.

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Dollar Tree DIY Wreath

You won't believe me when I say I can show you how to make a DIY wreath for only $2, but it's TRUE and it's so easy!
Total Time10 mins
Keyword: diy wreath, dollar tree, mop head diy, tulle bow
Cost: 2

Materials

  • 1 Dollar Tree mop head
  • 1 Dollar Tree wire wreath form
  • Optional Tulle Bow

Instructions

  • Remove the mop strings from the plastic cap using wire nippers.
  • Tie a starter knot on the inside hoop anywhere on the wire form. 
  • Wrap the mop string around the wreath form until the entire form is covered. I left a little slack instead of pulling it too tight but it all depends on the look you desire. 
  • Tie a knot at the end and tuck it under the other strings. That's it!

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8 Comments

  1. Wilma Johmson says:

    4 stars
    This mophead wreath is beautiful!

    1. southerncrush says:

      Thank you so much!

  2. I love it and will be making my own soon!! Thank You!!

    1. southerncrush says:

      Yay! I love that you will make this!!! Come back and post a picture please!

    1. southerncrush says:

      Yay! I’m so pleased! I can’t wait to see yours!

  3. Melissa Bader says:

    Just goes to show, with a good imagination you can make art out of anything

    1. southerncrush says:

      Amen! Thanks for the comment.

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