Use inexpensive supplies to upcycle a dollar store candy cane wreath.
We’re going all in for a cozy Christmas. This DIY project has a huggable, squeezeable texture in irresistible pink and cream stripes. It’s a new take on the candy cane, and a new take on door décor. This dollar store remake of a candy cane wreath will grab your heart.
Meg Clark is the creator and shares the instructions for how to make it.
How to Make an Upcycled Candy Cane Wreath
Steps & Instructions
1-Buy candy cane form. We found our form from the dollar store.
2- Decide what color scheme you want.
3- Get your yarn from any craft store. Here are a few you can choose from: Hobby Lobby, Michaels or Joann’s. We bought our yarn from Hobby Lobby.
4- Wrap your base layer of yarn around the candy cane form starting at the bottom around 4-5 times. Stop and tie sections of your color yarn with a loose knot (about 2-3 inches thick) Then start again with your base layer yarn. Continue with these steps until you get to the end.
5- Tuck in chunky yarn throughout your candy cane to achieve a textured look.
Choose colors that represent you and your style. You can make it as simple or as detailed as you like. Don’t stress over placement, it’s supposed to be unique!
Hi I’m Meg! My best friend Lu and I started My Pink Box Co in January of 2022. We hope to inspire you to spend time with those you love and create beautiful spaces for you and your family. Find us on Instagram @mypinkboxco and online at www.mypinkboxco.com.