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Summer Flip Flop Wreath

Summer Flip Flop Wreath

The kids and I hit up the dollar tree today. We needed a Summer Craft Project and what better place to get all of our supplies than a store where everything costs $1!

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We ended up with this heap of supplies which includes….

  • 5 Pairs of colorful flip flops $1 each
  • 1 Bunch of summery artificial flowers $1
  • 1 pack of pinwheels $1
  • Rhinestones…cause it needed sparkles $1
  • Straw Wreath form (walmart) $2.96)
  • Glue gun & glue sticks….already owned

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We started gluing the flip flops on rotating them facing out…then in. We also alternated the colors. Basically, this is a super easy project for the kids to help with. They picked the colors, helped pull the flowers off the stems and told me where to glue everything. I was just in charge of the glue gun.

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In the end we ended up with this adorable wreath for the front door. I had to hang it from the shutters for now because my door hanger wasn’t quite wide enough for our front door.  Hubby says I should have them make a second one for the other side of the window and just leave them their because it turned out so good.

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My kids’ favorite part….the fact that the pinwheels still spin when the wind blows. All in all this project was a winner! It took us about 30 mins to glue everything down, and enjoy the giggles! Total cost was about $10.96. Not bad for some great memories, a cute decoration,  and an afternoon of fun.

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