Crafts, Seasons, Summer, wreaths

Starfish Wreath


A friend was over today, I suddenly had a idea what to do with a foam green wreath from the Dollar Store that I had. I held the wreath and the burlap in my hand and said to her “I have a idea for these”! Instantly she said ‘I want it”., and grabbed the wreath and burlap out of my hand. I started laughing so hard…it was so funny.

Anyway, this is a relatively easy craft to do. Most of your supplies can be picked up at a dollar store.


Except the shells and turtle I made, these are the supplies you will need:


I started by wrapping roll of burlap up around the wreath.


I wrapped it all around to hide the wreath. Oh, and I used my glue gun at the beginning and at the end. It was nice using my glue gun again. So fast. Anyway, after it was wrapped all around I sprayed it with this to keep the wreath unraveling…really it helps!


I then started doing the same with the net like burlap wrapping it all around.


I knew I wanted a starfish in the corner, so that is where I started. I just added the starfish, then the shells. It needed something, and I remember Arlene saying she wanted it for her beach themed bathroom. So, I had been making the turtles for another project and thought it would be perfect for her. I made it out of material. I then sprayed it with the clear sealer so it would be a little stiff.
I then added the netting I had used to wrap around the wreath. I took a piece and started in in the front of the Starfish went up and wrapped around top to back of wreath, and then down. I also added the small rope to use for hanging. I hot glued the rope on, then stapled.
I added shells and that’s it. I’m sorry I don’t have any pics to show you…she’s coming back later to pick up. Lol.
If you have any questions at all, just ask and I will respond quickly…thank you!


So what do you think of this wreath? Wouldn’t this make a pretty presentation on your front door! Hello Summer! USA, LLC 


20 thoughts on “Starfish Wreath”

      1. Nope! It was supposed to be renewed the day the first warning was issued, and they raised the premium sky-high, and by the time my husband finished shopping around, it was too late.


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