Easy Pool Noodle Wreath

 Today I'm going to show you how to make one of the easiest wreaths you'll ever make!  This one is for Christmas but you can make it for any holiday by changing out the greens and the bow. 

Wreath with greens and holiday bow

I began this project with just a few items from the dollar store. 
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First, I made cut off about 4' of the pool noodle. 
I wrapped the noodle around to form a circle then used flex tape for dryer hoses to secure the ends. 
flex tape around pool noodle to form a circle

I began wrapping a bolt of neutral ribbon around the noodle securing the beginning with hot glue. 
wrapping ribbon around the noodle circle

When I got all the way around the circle, I hot glued the other end of the ribbon. 
wrapped noodle circle with neutral ribbon

Now it was time to decorate my wreath. 

I used faux greenery and small pine cone ornaments that came from the dollar store a while back.

greens and ornaments attached to wreath

I used hot glue to attach the greens and pinecones to the wreath. 

I made an easy bow using buffalo checked ribbon and wired it to the center of my greens. 


Finished wreath with greens and a buffalo checked bow

I was finished with this wreath in under an hour and it cost next to nothing. 

It looks beautiful hanging on my white front door. 

Christmas wreath hanging on front door

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .