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Garden Glove Spring Wreath


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I hope you, “Dig it, man.”  I walked into the dollar store 2 weeks ago while my husband was in the shoe store next door, and I saw these bright beautiful garden gloves on the rack right in front of the door.  I immediately picked up a few pairs, felt them, and tried to envision a “Spring Wreath”.  It was hard…there were so many people people in there, and I was a bit annoyed to be honest (hint: avoid the dollar store on Saturdays).  I took a few deep breaths, walked around and came back to the gloves.  I knew this could work if I just took my time.  Little did I know the “Garden Glove Spring Wreath” would turn out so darn cute. 

The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!

I am so happy I stuck with this, and didn’t go join Rick at the shoe store!  This “Garden Glove Spring Wreath” is probably the cutest wreath I have ever designed.  It even blows away the “Garden Hose Wreath” as far as I am concerned  😯 .  I totally dig how simple it was to make.

The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!

Lets’a not forget it only cost $11 bucks.  I nearly croaked :mrgreen: when I realized how inexpensive.
The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!
Here’s how I did it!
Supplies:
-1 dollar store round green foam wreath (see photos)
-8 pairs of dollar store gloves in preferred colors (I separated each pair and used 1 glove at a time on the wreath.)
-1 metal dollar store frog yard stick (cut off stick part with metal cutters-if no metal cutters, find another frog 😉 )
-dollar store garden name tag (w/ permanent marker)
-stapler
-permanent marker
-twine/wire
The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!
Directions:
-Cut off tags on all gloves and lay-out your design.  If you decide to use my design, use 1 glove at a time.  I used 3 patterns total, and alternated in groups of 3’s.  The photo shows this.  In other words: GREEN GLOVE, POLKA DOT GLOVE, CHECKERED GLOVE.
-Once you have your basic lay-out done, use a stapler (TIP:large safety pins will work too!) to connect gloves to themselves after you wrap it around the wreath.  The photos below show this best.
-Slide your gloves around that are connected with the stapler so they are spaced out on foam wreath.  Fluff those gloves!
-Use thin wire to attach frog to front of wreath.
-Have fun and write something fun on tag and stick in frog.  I didn’t even need glue.
-Hang with twine casually.
-Dig it!
The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!
The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!
The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!
The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!
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The Garden Glove Spring Wreath is so cute and only cost $11 dollars to make with dollar store supplies!

 

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8 Responses

  1. Debbie says:

    I love your new ‘Glove Wreath’, it is so adorable!!! I went out to the Dollar Store near near me to pick up all the supplies you listed yesterday. I tried using my stapler, but it was too small to work through the thickness of the gloves, next tried sewing, I didn’t like the look.
    So this morning I found a straw wreath form in my craft supplies, and florist staples to attach the gloves.
    Yours is still the cutest wreath ever, I may still make a few changes after looking at it for awhile.
    Hugs and a big thankful for sharing with us your cute wreath! It makes me smile!

  2. Bette says:

    Hi Julie:

    That wreath is so original ! Really cute.

    My husband made me a garden clock last year with gloves attached and I just love it. I’l send you a pic of it.

    Cheers, Bette

  3. Penny says:

    Love, love love this wreath and am going to try and make it! Just so you know, the 4th DIY above doesn’t have a link. Thought you might want to fix that too. Thanks for the inspiration! Love your stuff.

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