MAKE: a winter snowball wreath.
The holidays may be over, but any time of year is a great time to make a wreath! Says me!
This white wreath is the perfect little accent wreath that adds some sparkle to our home this winter season. It’s a great transitional wreath from the holidays to now.
Plus, it was really easy to make with supplies I already had in my craft stash… including that frustrating unicorn snow!
I love the sparkly surface and how the added crystal beads create an almost geode effect. BUT… as pretty as this wreath is… I’m already starting to crave warmer weather. How about you?
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Supplies used for snowball wreath: (similar to shown)
- 2 in foam balls
- Smaller foam balls (about 1 inch in diameter or smaller)
- 18 gauge wire
- Craft snow
- Clear crystal-shaped beads
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Heat gun
Watch this week’s video to see how to make this sparkling wreath for winter:
Like wreaths? (I do!) Check out these other fun wreaths to make this winter!