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DIY Mini Wreaths for Kitchen Cabinets For Christmas

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Simple DIY mini-wreaths for kitchen cabinets, add a touch of Christmas spirit without much effort.

These little Christmas mini-wreaths from the Dollar Tree will instantly update kitchen cabinets for the holiday.


DIY Christmas mini-Wreath for kitchen cabinets

Small Christmas Wreaths For Cabinets

Adding a touch of Christmas to every room of your home really puts you in the spirit of the holiday.

These simple mini-wreaths were cheap and easy (my favorite when it comes to crafting).

I love how they gave my kitchen cabinets a quick makeover.


mini christmas wreaths for kitchen cabinets


Christmas is my favorite holiday. I love decorating, baking, and truly getting into the Christmas Spirit.

My children and I, slow down our homeschooling in the month of December.

Christmas Mini Wreaths Kitchen Cabinets

Instead, we do a lot of crafts. We love to make our own Christmas decorations.

Christmas Cabinet Wreaths

These mini Christmas wreaths were so simple and cheap to make. I used some garland ties and made dried orange slices.

I cut some strips from some cream burlap material that I already had.


I love the way decorations made of natural rustic elements take Christmas back to its classic, cozy roots.

Mini Wreaths For Kitchen Cabinets


The fragrant orange slices just make these wreaths perfect for the kitchen.

For a tutorial on how to dry orange slices click here.

DIY Mini Wreaths For Christmas

Now I used garland ties that I picked up at the Dollar Tree, but they tend to run out of these fast.

So if you don’t have any luck finding them in the stores, don’t worry, Amazon ALWAYS has everything!

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How To Make Mini-Wreaths For The Holidays

mini christmas wreaths for kitchen cabinets


  1. Bend the garland tie it into a circle and twist it together.
  2. Glue on the orange slice. 
  3. Measure how long you want your wreath to hang and cut the strips for every top cabinet in your kitchen. 
  4. Tape the ribbon to the backside of your cabinet. 

This simple craft is something you can enjoy with your children. 

They will love bending all the garland ties.

Check out this short video tutorial to show just how easy this craft is.

I hope you enjoyed reading how easy these cute mini-wreaths are to make for your kitchen cabinets.

I recycled these wreaths to make some cute Valentine’s Day wreaths as well.  

These mini-wreaths can also be used on your windows.

For more Christmas crafts check out these Scandi DIY Shooting Start Ornaments and our repurposed DIY Christmas Card Holder.

Be sure to grab your FREE Christmas Planning Printables!

Tis the season to deck the halls, what DIY Christmas crafts will you be making?

Let me know in the comments!

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Thursday 2nd of January 2020

The mini wreaths look so pretty on your cabinets. What an easy way to create beautiful decor. These would look pretty on my cabinets too, maybe I ll have to make some. #aysofchristmas

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