Santa Snowman Wreath
Our Santa Snowman Wreath is an easy affordable DIY project anyone can do. No glue and no expensive supplies required for this festive holiday wreath.
It’s Day Eight in our 12 Days of Christmas Ideas and today is all about DIY Holiday Wreath projects!
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How To Make A Santa Snowman Wreath
- One 12″ Wreath
- One 9″ Wreath
- Yarn of choice
- Santa Hat
- Red Mesh
- Small Christmas bell
- Small piece of white sewing thread and needle
All of my supplies except the yarn are available at the Dollar Store. I selected a really soft yarn intended for baby blankets which I found on sale at Michael’s. I wanted a really white yarn with a soft snowy look.
Begin by wrapping a piece of yarn around the wreath and tying it off. Then it is a matter of wrapping the wreath with the yarn. I found cutting about a 3 ft. piece of yarn worked best to keep wrapping without getting tangles. Simply cut and and tie two pieces together to keep going. I watched a Hallmark Christmas movie while wrapping the two wreaths.
Once the two wreaths were complete I tied them off at the top. Then I trimmed the string left hanging on the large one which will be the snowman’s belly.
Now I placed the two wrapped wreaths together and attached them by using the same yarn wrapped and tied tightly as shown above.
Next I tied Red Mesh around the area where the two wreaths connect to be our Santa Snowman’s scarf. He needed a little Christmas bell so I simply tied a bell through the mesh.
To make the hat fit tight I placed it on the head of the snowman. Then situated it at the angle I wanted and folded over the excess towards the back of the snowman. Then I added about four or five stitches with a needle and thread to hold the excess in place.
This was a really easy DIY Santa Snowman Wreath project which can be made in just a couple of hours. The longest time involved is wrapping the yarn and I suggest watching a good Christmas movie during that process!
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I love this! So fun and so simple… of course, I’d have to hang it inside since my front door is white, lol
SO very cute! LOL I was thinking it would be a great project while watching a Christmas movie and then you said that’s what you did. The bell and hat are great touches. And I agree with Jenny — this would be great to use through the winter with a little modification!
What a cute idea! Then you can take off the Santa hat & reuse for winter! I love it