Take your kitchen Christmas decor to a whole notha’ level.
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Adding kitchen cabinet wreaths to my kitchen Christmas decor was the best decision ever!
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been wanting to hang small kitchen wreaths on my cabinets for the holidays, but they can be expensive.
I recently painted my top kitchen cabinets from dark to white and I knew I was going to need 10 wreaths to hang on each door, but I wasn’t going to spend $100 to do it.
At my local Dollar Tree, I was able to find rolls of 15 ft green garland that were perfect for my cabinet wreath project. I absolutely love the way my DIY cabinet wreaths turned out and the best part is, they were only $1.25 each!
DIY Cabinet Wreaths Supplies
Here is everything I used to decorate my kitchen cabinets:
- 15 ft Dollar Tree Garland – one for each cabinet door
- Dollar Tree Ribbon – I purchased 5 because of my tall cabinets.
- Mini Command Hooks – they come in white and clear
My method for hanging our DIY cabinet wreaths was attaching ribbon to mini Command Hooks, but you could also use thumbtacks or ducktape if you wanted.
How to Hang Cabinet Wreaths With Command Hooks
The first step is to attach your mini hooks inside each door upside down making sure it is aligned in the center.
Where you attach your hook matters and will depend on the size of your cabinet doors.
Since my wall cabinets are taller than the standard size in most homes (42 inches), I placed my mini hooks closer to the top so that my wreaths would hang lower.
If you attach your mini hooks closer to the middle be prepared to use a lot more ribbon. The Dollar Tree ribbon is only 9 ft long, so I was able to hang two wreaths per roll.
The second step is to measure your ribbon. I pulled mine through the wreath so I’d know how much ribbon to cut from the roll.
The third step is to measure how low you’d like your wreath to hang on the door. There is no wrong or right way to do this — it all comes down to preference.
I wanted my wreaths to hang vertically in the middle of the cabinets as much as possible, so I draped my wreath and ribbon over the door and over the hook, marking with my finger the place I wanted the Command Hook to insert the ribbon.
Then, you’ll fold that spot in half and cut a small slit in the ribbon to create a hole for your hook! Just be careful not to cut too deep or you’ll strip the hole and have to start over with a new ribbon.
Repeat steps 1-3 for the rest of your DIY cabinet wreaths. You can save time using your first ribbon as a guide for measuring and cutting the rest!
The fourth and final step is to hang your cabinet wreaths! This is the moment when it all comes together!!!
I am SO happy with my DIY cabinet wreaths. It was cheap, and easy, and looks like my kitchen came straight out of a Hallmark Christmas movie set, haha!
I hope this simple Dollar Tree DIY has inspired you to elevate your kitchen Christmas decor this year. I’ll definitely hang these up every Christmas season from now on!
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