Every month or so I like to dress things up a little and change up the door. With 4 kids, I am trying to keep things simple and festive, so today I am going to show you How to Make a Wreath with a Snowman and JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores!
How to Make a Wreath
- 3 roles of blue glitter wired ribbon
- 1 role of white lace glitter wired ribbon
- wreath form
- felt snowman kit
- 2 safety pins
Take a roll of your blue wired ribbon and start wrapping with a little overlap. Here is the cool thing about using wired ribbon – there is nothing holding it on to the wreath form except the wire.
It should not take you more than 5 minutes to completely wrap your entire wreath form.
Once your entire wreath form is finished, open up your felt Snowman kit and put together your snowman. This kit took maybe 2 minutes to put together. You know what I like about felt kits like these? You don’t have to use glue….because felt sticks to felt! Love it.
Once you have your snowman put together, place him aside. Take your white lace glitter wired ribbon and cut enough for you to hang as well as make a cute little bow. The fun thing about wired ribbon…it stays in place! It will keep the shape you leave it in until something or someone changes it.
To keep my ribbon bow in place I took a safety pin and pinned it together in the back. To adhere the snowman to the wreath, I took another safety pin and pinned him to the ribbon on the front.
What does that make? A less than 10 minute wreath with no glue or wires and can now be hung by the metal safety pin that keeps your bow together. How is that for #fabulouslyfestive ?
You can find easy, fun crafts just like this and create fun projects everyday at JoAnn Fabric and Crafts. Guess what else? I have a coupon to help you SAVE when you go and buy your next fabric or craft items.
I hope you enjoyed this #fabulouslyfestive post and liked How to Make a Wreath with a Snowman and JoAnn Fabric and Crafts!