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Make a Pool Noodle Wreath Patriotic-Style

19 May 2012 6,049 views 5 Comments

by heather

pool noodle wreath

Did you know you can make wreath forms out of dollar store pool noodles? Is there anything a pool noodle can't do? Hmm, maybe it can't do EVERYTHING, but it sure does make a great wreath form! This patriotic wreath by Fox Hollow Cottage is just too cute - I love that it is patriotic, but not so much that it would be out of place after the 4th of July. I am a huge fan of gingham, and the wee pennants are so cute. [how to make a pool noodle wreath]

pool noodle wreath

Project Estimate:

  • Pool noodle, $1
  • Old pairs of jeans, on hand
  • Scrap fabric, on hand
  • Tape, on hand

Total: $1

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5 Comments »

  • Shannon Fox said:

    What a pleasant surprise! Sure appreciate you sharing my Dollar Tree craft ;) I had a ball making it, and love that it was so super inexpensive. I already bought several more noodles and look forward to making more!!

  • Kelly @ Eclectically Vintage said:

    Now that’s using her noodle!
    Kelly

  • Jennifer said:

    Love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

  • RobinM said:

    Thank you for this fun idea! My co-workers were amazed at how awesome it turned out and how little needed to be spent to make it. I love my new festive wreath!

  • Patriotic Summer Pool Noodle Wreath-The Tutorial - Fox Hollow Cottage said:

    [...] at Fox Hollow Cottage.   Home of Cheap & Easy! This Project Was Featured At;  Dollar Store Crafts  Entering my first contest at: http://dollarstorecrafts This Project Was [...]

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