Combine a few Dollar Tree items to make this super easy DIY wood framed ornament! Perfect for adding large ornaments to your tree.
I love shopping at Dollar Tree for simple things and then combining them to make awesome décor!
When I saw their small wood-framed signs with the wood bead hooks I knew they could be a fun ornament.
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With a simple addition of some plaid fleece, these frames are a great large ornament to take up space on a tree and give it some much-needed dimension.
I hope you have fun with this one!
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DIY Framed Plaid Fleece Ornament
For a printable copy of the materials and instructions, scroll down.
- Wood Frame Sign (From Dollar Tree)
- Fleece Scarf (From Dollar Tree)
How to Make a Plaid Wood Framed Ornament
STEP 1: Remove the backer.
Start by taking the main sign piece out from the back.
STEP 2: Glue on fleece.
Next, turn it over and glue your fleece scarf to the front face using hot glue.
I started with one edge, got it in place, then did one side, then the next side, then the top – that way I could make sure it stayed tight the entire time.
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STEP 3: Trim the fleece.
Lastly, use scissors to trim the scarf down to the same size as the sign backer all the way around and place it back in the frame.
And that’s it! SO easy, right? And I love the texture of the fleece inside the wood frame!
I always recommend using multiple sizes of ornaments on your tree and this one is great for adding the “large” size.
And the best part, as usual, is you can customize! This frame comes in white, black or natural wood and there are about 4 different holiday-colored plaid scarf patterns too.
So mix it up and make it match your style!
As promised, here are the printable instructions:
- Wood Frame (from Dollar Tree)
- Fleece Scarf (from Dollar Tree)
- Remove the sign backer from the frame.
- Hot glue the fleece scarf to the front of the sign backer.
- Trim the fleece down along the edge of the backer and place back in the frame.
Customize using a different color frame (these come in white, black or natural wood) or a different colored scarf!
Have fun with this one! And I’ll see you tomorrow with another DIY ornament!