There are a million ways to make a wreath, and one of our favorites methods uses a pool noodle as an inexpensive wreath form. Dollar Tree has started getting spring and summer seasonal items in stock, so it’s the perfect time to stock up on noodles for all of your wreath making needs! This wreath won’t warp or melt when using hot glue.
- Pool noodle, $1
- Wire hanger, on hand
- Packing tape, on hand or $1
Total: $1 and up
Straighten the coat hanger except for the top. With pliers, bend it together to form a hook. Bend the other end to form a small U shape. Measure the pool noodle to the end of the hanger and cut it.
Bend the pool noodle to form a circle. IT WILL NOT MEET at the ends. Hook the U part of the hanger to the hook.
Cut several small pieces of the left over pool noodle and add them to the wreath. The last piece will be in the shape of a V.
Take the packing tape and wrap it completely around the wreath. This will keep the smaller pieces together and keep the pool noodle from melting when you apply hot glue.