Tuesday, January 12, 2016

DIY SNOWY WINTER WREATH

Welcome to a chilly Tuesday here in Texas! The weatherman is predicting mid 30's at night and 60's during the day, a bit warmer than our New Jersey winters. (at least so far!) I was channeling NJ when I decided I needed a Snowy Winter Wreath to hang on our door.




After taking a trip to Hobby Lobby I came home with this selection of everything white.  



I also stopped by my favorite BIG LOTS and found these stickers below....I just needed the snowflakes, so at 50% off, $2.00 a sheet I put these snowflakes to good use! And maybe next Christmas I'll be able to put Santa to use also.




I chose the large snowflakes and covered the entire perimeter of the wreath. The white styrofoam wreath measured 16" in diameter. Some areas required a touch of glue to hold them in place. 

Wrap the perimeter with ribbon...mine has a cottony look that I thought resembled snow and then secured the ends with glue.  I then added more adhesive backed snowflakes to the top of the ribbon giving it a bit of dimension. It looks like this.....




The result is a beautiful Snowy Winter Wreath to greet your guests as they enter your home.




This wreath is an easy DIY and the cost was minimal. Don't forget to shop the year-end Christmas items for the snowflake stickers!


Thanks for joining me for today's DIY!  See you Foodie Friday for a quick Valentine treat!



                            Kathleen

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