Make this easy DIY Snow Scene Wreath using a snow blanket and a few ornaments.
This cute wreath was easy to make and it looks great in my entryway! I used a 10-inch foam wreath form but you could buy a larger one and make a wreath big enough to fit a small snow village.
Most of the supplies I found at Dollar Tree like the snow blanket (also called a snow drape), wreath form, house ornament, snowflakes, and bells. The brush trees and ribbon were from Walmart.
Use any miniatures or ornament you like to create a fun mini snow scene! Other ideas include mini trains, cars, trucks, snow-capped gingerbread houses, snowmen, and sleds.
For more ideas, check out these DIY Snow Globes ideas where I used more ornaments and miniatures. Below are a few photos of how to put this wreath together!
- Foam wreath form
- Snow blanket (drape)
- Ornament, miniatures, bottle brush trees
- Ribbon, bells, decorations
- Hot glue gun
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How to Make a Snow Scene Wreath
Start by cutting the snow blanket into 3-inch strips then wrap them around your wreath form. Use hot glue to secure the ends. I also doubled up the strips for a more padded look.
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Next hot glue your ornaments, miniatures, ribbon, and any other decorations onto your wreath. Side note: Some of the sparkles on my snow blanket fell off while I was working. If you like the sparkly look, you could sprinkle your wreath with glitter as a finishing touch.
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