$5 DIY Snowman Winter Wreath!

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Last month I posted my tutorial for a quick $5 DIY Autumn Leaf Wreath. It was so popular that I decided to another easy $5 DIY Snowman Wreath for the Winter! This DIY Winter wreath can be used before and after Christmas  It was really easy to make using a Christmas Ornament, wreath and ribbon, plus a couple other items.

5 Dollar DIY Winter Snowman Wreath

To make this wreath all you need is:

  • Grapevine Wreath (can be purchased in the floral section of Walmart or any craft stores)
  • Wide, wired ribbon
  • A Christmas Ornament
  • Mod Podge
  • Aleene’s Craft Glue
  • Glitter
  • Twist Tie

Here is a step by step of how I put it all together:

1. I pulled some of the green grape leaves out of the wreath so it looked more winter like.

2. I put a light coat of Mod Podge on about 1/5th of the front of the wreath.

3. Then I sprinkled the glitter on the Mod Podge.

4. I continued doing the Mod Podge and glitter until the entire front of the wreath had glitter on it.

4. I let it dry a few hours (overnight is usually best, but Mod Podgetends to dry quickly)

5. I made a large bow with the wide, wired ribbon and attached it to the wreath using a twist tie (you could glue it or use floral wire to attach it)

6. I then decided where I wanted my snowman ornament to go, then used Aleene’s Craft Glue to glue it down.  I let the glue dry overnight.

The grapevine wreath was $2.50 and the ornament was $1.97. I only used a little glitter, glue and Mod Podge - all of which I had in my craft supply. Then the twist tie – those come free with every box of trash bags you purchase so if you are like me, you have a drawer full of them. :)

That’s all there is to making a simple, easy and cute winter snowman wreath in less than 30 minutes for less than $5.  You could of course use any type of ribbon or ornament or even a plaque in the middle of the wreath instead. It is up to you! Just be creative, crafty & frugal!

What do you think of my wreath? If you like this idea I would love your comments below, shares and retweets! Thank you! :)

 

Misty
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  1. LOVE IT! So cute AND so cheap….definitely my kind of craft. This would make super cute gifts for teachers and friends as well. Thanks for sharing your great idea. I’m pinning now. :-)
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  2. Jennie Hawkins says:

    Very Cute idea and I love Snowmen. I decorate my whole house with them.

  3. This is super cute and I love that you made it for only $5!
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  4. This looks easy enough for ME to do!
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  5. great budget friendly craft for the holidays!
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  6. How cute is that?? I think even I could make that too!!
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  7. Super cute!! I love the Mod Podge/glitter trick!
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  8. I love it, so sparkly!

  9. Super cute! I will have to try that out next winter. :-) This year is a lost cause for me.
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