Easy and Beautiful Paper Doily Wreath

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Does Dollar Tree have paper doilies? Yes I made a paper doily wreath! I like to decorate for the season, and that means things can stay up for 3 months! I grabbed a wreath form, some paper doilies, and a battery operated strand of lights and got started!

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I grabbed a 12" wire wreath form from Dollar Tree.

I grabbed a 12″ wire wreath form from Dollar Tree.

I also bought a couple packages of paper doilies. They were 32 in a pack for all the same size and I used 45 doilies for this project.I folded the 2 sides in to make a point at the bottom and then folded the bottom up to the middle.

I also bought a couple packages of paper doilies. They were 32 in a pack for all the same size and I used 45 doilies for this project.I folded the 2 sides in to make a point at the bottom and then folded the bottom up to the middle.

I then hot glued doilies around the outer 2 rings all the way around. They roughly fit 3 doilies per section.

I then hot glued doilies around the outer 2 rings all the way around. They roughly fit 3 doilies per section.

I then hot glued the next set in the inside 2 rings all the way around.They fit roughly 2 doilies per section.

I then hot glued the next set in the inside 2 rings all the way around.They fit roughly 2 doilies per section.

I then took a battery operated light strand and put it between the inside and outside rings of doilies. I hot glued the battery pack on the back.

I then took a battery operated light strand and put it between the inside and outside rings of doilies. I hot glued the battery pack on the back.

I decided the front was a little plain so I added one more row around the inside ring of doilies.

I decided the front was a little plain so I added one more row around the inside ring of doilies.

You could easily use heart shaped doilies for this project as well and simply fold them up and glue.

You could easily use heart shaped doilies for this project as well and simply fold them up and glue.

You could create your own doilies like paper snow flakes. Cut a piece of paper into a heart, fold it up, cut it, and then fold and glue it onto the wreath form.

I like to decorate for the season, and that means things can stay up for 3 months! I grabbed a wreath form, some paper doilies, and a battery operated strand of lights and got started!

Are you ready to get creative with some paper doilies too?

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30 Comments

  1. Neat way to use those doilies. I bought a bunch of paper ones that I was going to use in another project but never did. I really like that little flower you made.

    1. Thank you so much Alice, I had a ton of fun making so many things with them. I’m looking forward to sharing more ideas with them as well.

  2. Naomie Moore says:

    The doily wreath is just darling! I have a slew of white, pink and red heart shaped doilies and will play around with the folding and see how it turns out. Perfect timing too, I was gathering supplies to make my wreath so it can be ready by February 1 for my front door. ❀

    1. Thank you and I’m so very excited and can’t wait to see what you create Naomie. Please send me pictures πŸ™‚

  3. I love this idea, especially with the added lights. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.

    1. Thank you so much Teresa, and thanks for the Pin

  4. Beautiful wreaths! I like the clothespin versions. Thank you for linking, wihing a lovely weekend.

    1. Thank you Riitta, and those were so much fun to make.

  5. This is a really nice wreath! I like the lights that you added to it. Perfect! Thanks for sharing at The Ultimate Pinterest Party this week!

    1. Thank you so much Ali, and I’m thrilled you liked the lights too. They bring a little more into our home while it gets dark so early still.

  6. I’m not a huge a fan of wreaths, but I love this one. And it’s simple enough that anyone could make it. Another fantastic creation, Chas! Thank you for linking up to Creative Compulsions!

    Michelle
    mybijoulifeonline.com

    1. Thank you Michelle, and thank you for the kind words – I appreciate all the support.

    1. Thank you and I hope you’re Mother In Law enjoys it πŸ™‚

  7. I like making wreaths for every season too and Dollar Tree is always a great source of inexpensive finds. Thanks for sharing this adorable wreath with us at #HomeMattersParty

    1. Thanks Donna, I just love Dollar Tree and how affordable it can make our crafting πŸ™‚

  8. Love all your great wreaths for all occasions. I just bought some dolly from Dollar Tree and going to make this. From Traffic Jam Weekend Linky party -nominated for next week favorite feature.

    1. Thank you so much Lisa, and I’m so honored for the nomination. I’m absolutely thrilled you are going to make one of these, and please send me pictures πŸ™‚

  9. Hi, Chas! Thank you for sharing this on Traffic Jam Weekend! It has been chosen as a fave feature for this week’s party going live on Thursday at 5:00 pm CST.

    1. Thank you so much Kimberly, I’m honored and I’ll see you at the next one.

  10. Marilyn Lesniak says:

    Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too!

    1. Thanks Marilyn, and I’m looking forward to joining the next one.

  11. This is such a cute project! I love doilies – now I want to make a wreath like this!

    1. Thank you so much Candice, and it makes my day that you want to make one.

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