Winter Snowflake Wreath- A Tutorial

After you have taken down your Christmas decorations your front door looks a little bare without a wreath on it! I almost always have a wreath on our front door. I think it is part of what makes our apartment home. I made a snowflake wreath for our door just after Christmas.

 

To make your own winter snowflake wreath you need:
craft foam snowflakes
hot glue gun
wire wreath form
small chalkboard
white paint
paintbrush (I used a cotton swab because I couldn’t find a small paintbrush)

 

Decide on a pattern for your snowflakes and hot glue them together. I made mine with alternating blue and white snowflakes with a glittery snowflake on top. I used one silver glitter snowflake.

Arrange the snowflakes on your wire wreath form and hot glue them on.

If you like, you can finish your wreath here. After I had all my snowflakes glued on, I noticed a spot where the wreath form was showing. So I used a small chalkboard to cover the gap.

I took the chalkboard and painted the words Let it Snow on it and hot glued it where the gap was.

I love how my winter snowflake wreath turned out! It was so easy to make and looks so cute on our front door!

What’s your favorite winter decoration?

 

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