Learn how to make these Cute Dollar tree Spring Wreaths from dollar tree stove covers
Another easy project using a few items from the Dollar Tree! Turn this pack of Dollar Tree stove covers into cute Spring Wreaths with very few supplies and effort!
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- Stove Covers (comes in pack of 2) or Pizza Pan
- Your choice of kitchen towel
- Pack of Nautical Rope
- Tacky Glue
- Flowers and Greenery (optional)
- String for hanging (I used left over loofah strings from other project)
- Duct Tape
- Black Sharpie
Making the Larger Wreath with stove cover
Step 1: Cut out Towel to fit Stove Cover
For the larger cover I traced the outline of the cover onto the back of the towel with a black sharpie. You can do it on front so you can see where the design will fall. I then cut it out just on the inside of the line.
Step 2: Cover inside cover
Using the large stove cover, apply enough tack glue to cover the whole surface. Use a sponge brush to spread.
Step 3: Place Cut Towel
Place the cut towel inside the stove cover and adjust so that it covers the entire surface.
Step 4: Place a bead of E6000
To adhere the jute, place a bead of E6000 around the edge of the pan so the jute will sit on top of the towel and touch the side of the cover. I used two layers by putting another bead of E6000 on top of the jute and around the side and laid it on top of the other one. It hid more of the side. I also used a black sharpie to go around the outside rim.
Step 5: Attach Hanger
I added the loofah string left over from my other bunny wreath project and attached it to the back using white duct tape.
Step 7: Add a Butterfly
I added a butterfly I cut out of the scraps and placed it over the jute where it joined. I then added some small flowers and leaves I had leftover from another project.
Making the Small Wreath using the stove cover
I decided to make the smaller wreath a bit differently to see if that would be easier and it turned out to be easier and I like it better!
I applied the tacky glue to the top of the cover and used the E600 around the edges to hold down the towel.
Then I just put a bead of E6000 on top of the towel around the edges and put the jute on top of the glue. I added the hanger with the loofah string and the duct tape just like before and added some flowers.
I have this tobacco basket with a green wreath that I put different decorations on for each occasion and the small cover fit perfectly there! I love it!
Which do you prefer? The large Dollar Tree Spring Wreath from Stove Covers or the small one?
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