Make this easy snowflake wreath with an oversized snowflake to add a fun hint of sparkle to your winter decor!
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I’m going to preface this post by saying that I am not a wreath person. I think wreaths are gorgeous and often have one up on my door but most often they’re ones that I bought at Michaels using my fancy 50% one regular price item coupon. I think I don’t make wreaths often because I see the amazing ones that people like April from Illistyle put together and know that if I tried to put all of those elements together it would look like one colorful hot mess. But this month’s box of supplies from FloraCraft® for the Make It Fun: Crafts team challenge was just beginning to be turned into a wreath, so I gave in.
First up, let’s take a look at what came in our box this month because they might be the coolest FloraCraft® Make It: Fun product yet – oversized foam holiday shapes that you can pick up at Michaels. Everything you need for a fantastic foam holiday – Santa, snowmen, snowflakes, and reindeer. I decided to use the snowflake in my craft so that I could use the wreath even after the holidays. And after seeing my little boy bring home two blue glittery snowflakes from his preschool program this week, I was sold.
Easy Snowflake Wreath
- FloraCraft® Wreath Ring
- FloraCraft® Foam Snowflake
- Silver ribbon (best if it has some sort of shine to it)
- Blue snowflake ribbon
- Silver glittery foam safe spray paint (like this stuff)
- Hot glue gun and gluesticks
Step 1 – Start off by spray painting your snowflake with the silver glittery foam. I actually used two different sprays – a silver Design Masters spray and then a glittery spray on top of that because Michaels was out of the glittery silver spray but if you can find one that does both, just one that. And make sure that you find a spray paint that is foam safe (like these ones) or else you’ll end up with foam that looks like the creepy heads from my superhero party. Or snow hit with a little acid rain.
Step 2 – Hot glue the end of your silver ribbon to the inside of the foam wreath and wrap carefully all the way around the wreath, hot gluing the other end to the first end when you get all the way around. I recommend hot gluing it wherever you’re going to be putting the snowflake so it hides the spot your glued.
Step 3 – Hot glue the end of your blue snowflake ribbon right over top of where you glued the silver ribbon then wrap all the way around the wreath, leaving a space between each of your wraps so the silver still shows through on the wreath. Hot glue the end once you get all the way around.
Step 4 – Hot glue the foam snowflake to the bottom left of the wreath and press down to make sure it holds securely.
Hang from your door, your mantle, or wherever else you think it would fit into your holiday decor. One of the easiest wreaths ever and the perfect way to add a little snowy sparkle to your holiday.