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Winter Snowball Wreath

I know, I know everyone else is already posting about Valentine’s Day.  But I have a few more winter posts I want to share before the red and pink make their appearance here!  Today I am sharing a cute winter snowball wreath that you can make from items at the dollar store! 

Winter Snowball Wreath

Why not decorate for winter?  We skip straight from Christmas to Valentine’s day and a whole bunch happens in between the two!  Snow, Super Bowl, Mardi Gras…so I am making a cute winter wreath to celebrate the first thing listed…Snow!

Supplies Needed:

  • 10” styro-foam wreath form
  • styro-foam balls (4 pkgs large, 4 pkgs small) {found at dollar tree}
  • hot glue and glue gun
  • Optional embellishments of felt, embroidery floss, ribbon, small wooden plaque, chalkboard paint, chalk and small dowel rod.

Snowball Wreath Supplies

Note: I picked up my wreath form at Hobby Lobby and all the Styro-foam balls at the Dollar Tree. They were in the aisle with all the children’s craft supplies. This is a HUGE find and money saver because Styro-foam is expensive! I used my 40% off coupon for the form at HL. The embellishment supplies I already had on hand.

This is the best tutorial ever…ready for the instructions???  Glue the Styro-foam balls onto the wreath form!  Bam!  Done!  Seriously…not even joking! 

Then for the embellishments I had a small wooden plaque that I painted in chalkboard paint and wrote the words “Let it Snow’ in chalk when it was dry.  I hot glued this to a small dowel rod to use as a sign.  I needed something to “hold” the sign so I simply cut mittens from blue felt and used embroidery floss to give the mittens some details!  Note: I double up the felt when I detail with embroidery floss because the floss seems to pull the felt when you only use one layer. 

I hot glued all the embellishments on the wreath and tied the wreath up with some ribbon to hang!

Let It Snow Detail on Snowball Wreath

Winter Snowball Wreath

I think this is a super cute way to celebrate the winter months!  We have to live through it to get to Spring so we might as well embrace it and make cute decorations right?  I will admit though…if I still lived in Minnesota I would not have made this wreath because when you live there…you are sick of all the snow :)  But that is just a personal note and now I live in St. Louis where snow comes, we enjoy it, it melts and the next day we are wearing shorts because it’s 70 degrees ;-)

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11 Responses to Winter Snowball Wreath

  1. Sally L says:

    Cute!!

  2. Carrie S. says:

    Love the little chalkboard sign on it. Too cute!

  3. Cookie17 says:

    This so cute & easy looking & easy well worth price Thank’s Hope don’t mind Pined it Check Pin Board out want to…’Cookie”

  4. Crystal says:

    So cute! Love it! Pinned it!

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  6. this is an adorable wreath. I have a link party called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Blog Hop and would love to have you share this and any other posts with everyone. It runs from Tuesday night through midnight Sunday.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above

  7. Nat Mac says:

    That is seriously so cute!! I also like to decorate for winter. I noticed that you are going to be a contributor at Sumo’s Sweet Stuff. Congrats! I can’t wait to see your fun ideas.

  8. Shannon says:

    I totally agree with you about not skipping from Christmas to Valentine’s Day. I also didn’t know that the Dollar Tree sold Styrofoam balls; I needed some for a wreath I made last year and bought them at Wal-mart and I thought they were on the expensive side. Thanks for sharing that useful tidbit! The wreath is very cute, especially the mittens!

    Visiting through Southern Lovely…

  9. Anita says:

    I love your snowball wreath! An empty door after Christmas looks so forlorn. This is a cute idea.

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