If you want a simple wreath that will make a big statement all winter long, you need to make thisÂ DIY Snowman Wreath!
ThisÂ DIY Snowman WreathÂ is adorable for the winter! It’s a wreath that will work the whole season long. You could even change his scarf up to match the different holidays that fall in the winter if you wanted!
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What You Need
12″ Grapevine wreath
(2) 18″ Grapevine wreaths
White spray paint
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How to make the DIY Snowman Wreath
The first step is to remove any tags from the wreaths you bought. Lay them out on a tarp, or cardboard, or really anything to protect the surface underneath it, and give each wreath a good coat on white spray paint. You only need to spray one side, so don’t worry about painting both. Let the paint dry for 10-15 minutes before moving on to the next step. You don’t need to buy nice spray paint for this project either! You can grab the cheapest kind you can find and it will work just as well.
Cut two pieces of floral wire about 6″-8″ long. Connect the two large wreaths together using the wire. and then connect the smaller wreath to the top of those two. Any of this not making sense? Check out my video on Facebook to see an easy run-through of how to make this!
Tie a scarf around your snowman’s neck. You can make a scarf, buy a scarf, or even use an old strip or burlap or fabric as a makeshift scarf. Hang him on a wreath hanger on your door, and enjoy yourÂ DIY Snowman Wreath all winter long!