Brighten your Christmas decor with this simple DIY Jolly Snowman Christmas Wreath.
Hi friends! I am back today with this super cute (and EASY) Jolly Snowman Christmas Wreath. Snowmen melt my heart. I guess better mine than theirs, right? I love snowmen. So much so, that I have snowmen displayed throughout my home during the Christmas season. They always have a happy smile on their face and add a touch of whimsy to the home.
We make a lot of wreaths for customers at our farm market. But, they are really easy to make on your own. This Jolly Snowman Christmas Wreath involves a few craft supplies, a grapevine wreath and a pair of wire cutters. I scored big on the decorations since I purchased them at the end of season sale last Christmas. I think this whole wreath cost me only $6.00 to make. My point is….always check the end of season sale section of the craft store. You may score big and be able to use some of the bits and bobbles for the next year.
Anyway, here are the supplies you need to make your own Jolly Snowman Christmas Wreath:
- 24″ Grapevine Wreath
- 1 Snowman Tin Wall Hanger
- Wired Christmas Ribbon
- 2 Snowflake Floral Sprays
- Christmas Picks
- Floral Wire
- Wire or Craft Cutters
Use the floral wire to secure your holly jolly snowman to the top of your wreath.
You will also want to wire your snowflake sprays and Christmas picks in place at the top. I used one spray and one pick on each side of the snowman’s hat.
Make a nice big fluffy bow for the top. You can check out this older post for a quick bow making “how-to”. I happen to love cardinals. This pretty cardinal holiday ribbon matches the cardinal on the snowman’s hat perfectly.
I love how this Jolly Snowman Wreath turned out. With a happy smile and rosy cheeks, this jolly little guy looks perfect hanging on my door.