Honestly, I didn't even miss is much!
But this year I used most of the same decorations, so I didn't have that much Christmas crafting to do and have been feeling like I need to do something. So I invented a "wreath".
I had no idea exactly what I was setting out to accomplish when I went to the Dollar Tree. I just kind of threw stuff in my cart that looked snowflakey and fun.
I bought these three different kinds of ornaments. One set was foam with some solid white and some with glitter. One set was a hard plastic with glitter, and the last set was white plastic with some tinsel-like, fuzzy stuff on it.
And here's how I made my 10-minute "wreath".
Cut a circle out of a piece of foam board. I used a dinner plate to trace mine. ;)
STEP 2: Layer your snowflake ornaments and hot glue on. I did the solid white foamies first.
Then glitter foamies.
Then the plastic glitter ones, and then the feathery ones on top.
STEP 3: Find white ribbon laying around (if you're a craft hoarder like me) and tie a bow on it and call it a day. ;)
I didn't mean to make it look like an ornament, but once I got it on the door, I realized that's what it looks like. It's cute! And you can't beat a 10-minute project that only uses Dollar Tree items. Ha!
Isn't the red door all festive? I didn't paint it, but I love it!