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Make a Flip-Flop Wreath

21 July 2012 17,742 views 9 Comments

by heather

flip flop wreath

Shannon from Fox Hollow Cottage is one of our favorite dollar store wreath makers -- her secret is using dollar store pool noodles as wreath forms! Genius. Remember her adorable denim 4th of July wreath? She didn't stop there -- she has been creating a lot of other cute wreaths, including this cheerful summertime wreath adorned with flip flops. Quick and easy, bright and colorful? Yes please! [how to make a flip flop wreath]

Project Estimate:

  • Pool noodle, $1
  • Clear packing tape, on hand or $1
  • Fabric from your stash, on hand
  • Flip flops, $1
  • Fake flowers, $1 and up
  • Hot glue gun and glue, on hand

Total: $3 and up

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  • Shannon Fox said:

    Awe! Thanks girls :) I was wondering where all that love was coming from? I gifted the 4th of July Wreath to a friend, this one to my SIL and the last one went to a charity auction for the Colorado shooting victims. I am so glad I made these! They have been to he most useful crafts I ahve ever put together :)

    Have a super day! Shannon

  • debbiedoos said:

    LOVED all of Shannon’s wreaths. She is the NOODLE queen for sure!~

  • Janel said:

    Now that is a cute craft!! Shannon sure is a crafting genius!

  • Debbie refreshrestyle said:

    Love the fun summer colors! What a bargain for such a beautiful wreath!

  • Jessica @ Mom 4 Real said:

    Shannon’s wreaths are the best…she is so creative!

  • Bliss said:

    Awesome wreath. Run don’t walk to the dollar store to get summer flip flops to make your own, because they won’t last long!


  • Inspire Me Heather said:

    Very nice Shannon – your wreath is so Summery!

  • Aimee - It's Overflowing said:

    I’m thinking I need that on my front door! SUPER CUTE!!! XO, Aimee

  • Kelly @ Eclectically Vintage said:

    She really used her noodle on this one!