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Let It Snow Wreath

Let It Snow Wreath
Let It Snow Wreath

DIY Christmas Wreaths, like this Let It Snow Wreath from Floracraft, are the perfect way to put a personal touch into your holiday decorations. This wreath is made of sturdy craft foam, making it perfect to decorate your door for the holidays. The whimsical design is sure to spread holiday cheer all season long! The use of silver sequins as falling snow gives this wreath a sparkle that will really make your door stand out to guests. This easy DIY wreath is a great alternative to the typical pine wreaths to make your holiday decor truly one of a kind.


Materials List

  • FloraCraft® Make It: Fun® Foam Wreath: 16”
  • 45”x8” Jersey Fabric: Red
  • 48”x6” Rolled Quilt Batting
  • White Sequins
  • Sequin Pins
  • White Yarn
  • (3) White Canvas Tags
  • ½” White Ribbon
  • Black Marker or Paint Pen
  • Low-Temp Glue Gun
  • Scissors

Project Instructions

  1. Wrap the batting around the front and sides of the wreath to completely cover. Trim so that the ends meet but do not overlap. Trim the batting even with the back edge of the wreath.

  2. Wrap the jersey fabric over the wreath. Allow for a 1” overhang around the outside. Begin gluing the overhang to the back. Keep the fabric even as you go. Glue the end again where you stop, slightly overlapping the fabric.

  3. Pull the fabric snug through the inside of the wreath and wrap to the back. Glue the fabric around the back edge as you go. Pull out as many wrinkles as possible. Pleat the fabric evenly around the wreath for a uniform look.

  4. Begin pinning the sequins in place as shown to look like falling snow. Pin the sequins sporadically towards the top of the wreath. Pin them thicker and more condensed as they accumulate at the bottom of the wreath.

  5. Use a marker or paint pen to write your message on the canvas tags. Tie lengths of yarn to the tags and sequin pin them hanging from the inside of the wreath. Tie lengths of ribbon around the yarn at the top of the tags to embellish.

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beautiful and so easy. I glued the majority of the sequins on the bottom and pinned the ones where they were few.


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