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Round Wooden Hanging Floral Decoration Using Dollar Tree Materials

Hello everyone! Today, I'm excited to show you how to create a beautiful round wooden hanging floral decoration using affordable materials from Dollar Tree. This DIY project is budget-friendly and adds a touch of elegance to any space. In this step-by-step tutorial, I will guide you through each of the simple and easy-to-follow instructions to create your very own handmade decoration. So, let's get started and unleash your creativity!

Video tutorial


One round wooden hanging decoration


Hot glue/ E6000


Faux Floral

One pencil

Optional-Gems and decorative sticker

Begin by unfolding your fabric. You will want to cut off any extra fabric before or after you create an outline of the shape you want. 

Be sure to have two layers of your fabric when you trace your shape out  Create a pocket in the middle of the fabric. The pocket will be for inserting the flowers inside.

After, you have created the shape, take your scissors and begin to cut your shape out. 

Take your adhesive and begin to apply it to the sides of the fabric. Take the top layer of your fabric and press it down over the glued surfaces. Remember we are creating a pocket in the middle of the material for the flowers to go into. Allow it to fully dry. 

After, take your fabric and glue it down onto your wooden decoration. I added my fabric near the bottom of my wooden decoration. 

If you would like you can add a strip of gems across the top section of your fabric. The gems that I am working with actually have a sticky backing to them.

 I removed the paper backing, cut it to the desired size, and added just a little adhesive to the back of the gems before adding them to the opening of my fabric. I wanted to make sure to give it a stronger hold. 

I decided to add a decorative sticker to my design. This is completely optional but I thought it would be pretty in the center of the fabric. I used my E6000 when adding my sticker. 

Lastly, take your floral and begin to add your flowers in the middle pocket of your fabric. That's it, your decoration is complete and ready to be displayed.

I love how this project turned out. This is a super simple way to decorate the round wooden signs at Dollar Tree. 

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  1. What a cute pocket hanger! Thanks so much for linking up at the Unlimited Link Party 100. Shared.

  2. What a perfect Spring piece. You have me on a Dollar Tree quest. Featuring when my party opens!

    1. Carol, thank you so much. I always appreciate it. 😌 🩷

  3. What a great idea! It seems doable even for me lol! Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thank you! You're so welcome. I am so happy to hear that it is something you can create and enjoy. Thanks so much for stopping by.

  4. What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing on Happiness is Homemade & Crafty Creators!

  5. Thank you for sharing with us at the To Grandma's house we go Wednesday link party - I'm featuring you on my blog when the next party starts!

  6. Tarahlynn, thank you so much! I'll be sure to stop by. :)

  7. So cute Stephanie! I recently picked up E6000 since I am working on something that needs more staying power than hot glue, I hope it works like I think it does! Thank you for sharing your inspiration!

    1. Cara, I think you will be pleasantly surprised at how well it holds up. I'm so happy to have inspired you. Let me know how it goes.

  8. That is a beautiful creation from a DT item!

  9. What an absolutely adorable craft idea, and perfect for Spring. Stopping in from Senior Salon Pit Stop, and letting you know that your post was featured on my blog today. Have a wonderful week!


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