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It’s almost December, and I know many of you have already had snow where you live. Well, here in the desert, snow is pretty rare, so we have to find creative ways to enjoy a white Christmas or any holiday, for that matter! I usually hang a faux pine wreath on the door right after Thanksgiving, but it’s getting old an showing some serious wear and tear. So today, I thought I would do something completely different, and I made this Snowman Wreath instead.

white snowman wreath made from grapvine and bamboo wreath

If this looks familiar, it’s because the middle circle and the bottom circle were once part of a bunny wreath I made last spring. And, the largest circle went on to become a seashell wreath that was part of my summer mantel. So yes, we’re all about recycling here! I did have to buy a small wreath to make the head, but I used a coupon for that. If you don’t have any wreaths to make over, and you want to make a snowman wreath, you’ll need:

  • 3 bamboo or grapevine wreath forms
  • White spray paint
  • 2 twigs for the arms
  • Embroidery floss or yarn for the scarf
  • Wood paint stirrer or thin wood for the hat
  • Glue
  • Craft paint
  • Thin wire

I already had two bamboo wreaths, but I couldn’t find another one, so I bought a small grapevine wreath for the head. All three of them got a couple of coats of white spray paint.

spraypaint grapevine and bamboo wreath white

I used very thin wire to attach the circles together, and I also used a dab of hot glue to keep them in place. Then, I made a loose bow out of the embroidery floss and found two long twigs for the arms. The twigs were part of a rustic bundle I bought last week and were already painted white, so that was easy.

All I had to do was glue the bow and the twigs onto the snowman’s body.

red embroidery floss and twigs painted white

  I made the hat from a paint stirrer that Hubby cut into small pieces for me. I just glued the pieces together to form the shape of a hat.

make hat from wood paint sticks

I painted the hat black and added a little wooden star to one side. Then, I used hot glue to attach the hat to the snowman’s head, and voila — a snowman!

snowman wreath on front door

He doesn’t have eyes or a carrot nose or buttons, but he’s still a snowman, and my little desert dwellers were so excited to see him! I think they’re still on a bit of a Frozen high.

Have you built a snowman lately?

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  1. Juliana Michaels says:

    Super cute idea!!!

  2. Zan Turner says:

    Wow….looks amazing and so simple. We could send some snow your way! Thanks for sharing at Home Matters linky! Pinned!