DIY Pool Noodle Summer Wreath
Well, it’s 90 degrees before 10 am which can only mean one thing, summer in TN has started ya’ll! After the cold winter we had ( and some late season ice, yuck!) I am very thankful for the hot summer days ahead. Well, I say that now anyways, we shall see how I feel come July ha!
Every season I like to change the decoration on my front door, and for summer I thought it would be fun to break out some color and fun! So I hit up the dollar tree and grabbed some stuff to make a cheap, easy, and cute DIY Pool Noodle Summer Wreath! Yes, underneath those leis is a pool noodle. How cool is that right!? Want to make one for yourself? All you need is about $4 and to follow these instructions…
Here is how to make this DIY Pool Noodle Summer Wreath:
You Will Need:
- A Pool Noodle ($1 from the Dollar Tree! Even better if you already have one laying around at home!)
- Leis! ( I used 2 6-packs, $1/each from the Dollar Tree)
- Flip Flops (Child’s sized works best! Also $1 from the Dollar Tree)
- Clear Tape
First, You will be using your pool noodle and a tape to form your wreath. Make sure you put a good amount of layers of the tape on to help your noodle hold the round shape.
Next, It’s time to start laying leis! What I did was space out the first 6 leis and used the rest to fill them in (I used the clear tape to tape them to the back, I’m all about easy crafts!) . After that I attached the flip flops to the side and hung it up on my door!
How cute and easy was that right!? I’ve had this up for a few days and I’ve had compliments from neighbors, my mailman and delivery drivers! If they only knew how easy and cheap it was, ha!