Friday, December 9, 2016

DIY "Let It Snow" Christmas Wreath

We may not have snow that often in Texas, but this simple and easy DIY Let It Snow wreath will be cute in my Christmas decor!

I found my inspiration for this wreath from The Happy Housie blog and you can see it here.

For my supplies, I found the foam wreath form, yarn, and ribbon at Hobby Lobby. 

The painted wooden tags and fir trees came from Michael's.  

Here is a closer look at the supplies. 

 The Fur-Ever style yarn is perfect for giving the wreath the look of snow. 

This was so easy to put together. 

I made a short film showing how I created this wreath and you can watch it below or on my YouTube channel. 

I started my wreath by wrapping the ribbon around about 3/4 of the wreath form. I used some hot glue to hold it down once completely wrapped. Next, I wrapped my yarn around the lower 1/3 of the wreath form using hot glue to adhere it as well.

The fir trees that I purchased had white dome bases on them that popped off easily. The metal sticks were so much easier to poke into the foam wreath. I then added a little hot glue underneath to help hold to the wreath. 

I slightly stacked three of the wooden tags together and hot glued them on to the wreath. 

Here is a look at the wreath on my mantel. 

I have it hanging on my faux window with the extra jute string that came with the wooden tags. 

This is my mantel in the evening when all of the faux candles and lights are on. 

I love the simplicity of my mantel this year and this wreath was just perfect for my holiday decor. 

Thank you so much for joining me today! 

Hugs, Shelly

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