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Want to make this adorable, affordable Easter wreath?
Let me show you how to make this Easter wreath with supplies purchased at Dollar Tree. It's easy to purchase supplies online from Dollar Tree.
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Watch this YouTube video and read on to learn how to make this wreath.
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Cut a 2" section from the floral wreath. To cut the wreath use a sharp knife, hacksaw or other cutting instrument.
Cut the socks just above the heel. Gather the sock sections and slide them onto the wreath.
Glue the 2" section back onto the wreath using tacky glue. Allow to dry completely.
Make a burlap bow. Please watch the video above to see show to make the bow.
Overlapping the cut ends of the socks and spread the socks out evenly to cover the entire wreath.
With hot glue, attach the plush animal and burlap bow to the wreath.
The wreath is done and ready to display for Easter. The same technique can be used to make wreaths for other holidays.
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