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Celebrate Christmas and the approaching winter season with our snow wreath. This wreath works great for the holidays but you can also leave it out all winter long. Grab your supplies and get started on your own fun wreath today! This post was originally posted as part of my sponsored design team status at Crafts Unleashed. I thought y’all would love to see it over here as well.
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- Wood Iron Sleigh
- 20″ Artificial Pine Wreath
- Wood Craft Stick
- White Corrugated Paper
- White Mesh Ribbon
- Hot Glue and Glue Gun
- Floral wire
Remove your wreath from the packaging and fluff up as it is likely to be flat from shipping. We will be adding some white flocking first with the Snow-Tex. Use a craft stick and even your fingers to apply the product to the branches. Yes this is super messy….but you will love the results!
In the image below, the left hand side does not have any Snow-tex in place while the right is complete. Finish your entire wreath and allow to dry completely. I would recommend allowing it to dry overnight.
While the wreath is drying, you can work on the other elements of the wreath. You can make a large white bow from the mesh. I find the easiest way is to use my Bowdabra. You can read more about my use of the Bowdabra and see a video here.
You can also start using your Silhouette to cut some shapes. I used a few snowflake shapes as well as cut the letters from the center of circles as shown below.
In the morning, start by laying everything out on your wreath until you are happy with the placement. I used some floral wire to add on the sled and white bow to the top of the wreath.
The snowflakes were added with hot glue while the letters were added using the adhesive on the corrugated sheet.
This snow wreath looks great hanging on my door! I love a wreath that lasts multiple seasons y’all. Will you be making this snow wreath for your home?
Love this wreath? You might also like this Pottery Barn knock off antler wreath.
Or use your leftover Snow-tex on this snowman snow globe!
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