Winter Wonderland Wreath

I am excited to be guest blogging on Simply Stacie this evening.  I am Jenn/GreenDoorGirl from Green Door Designs where I post my thoughts on everyday design from home to attire to crafts to recipes to my part time business, Willow House.  I believe design is found in all aspects of our daily life regardless of your background, hence the tagline “for everyday living.

I made a wreath for fall and I wanted to try my hand at a winter wreath.  I am excited with how it turned out, I hope you enjoy!

Winter Wonderland Wreath Instructions

Materials Required

– Glue Gun and Sticks

– Ribbon

– Snowflake Ornaments (mine were from Hobby Lobby – $7.99 for about 30)

Step 1 – Figure out the shape/size of the wreath you want – I decided on square, but rectangle would have worked also

Step 2 – Determine the pattern of the snowflakes for each side of your wreath.   I decided to have one that was “shown” in the middle of each side with the others layered on top of each other

Step 3 – Glue the whole thing together.  I glued my sides together and then glued together my sides. I also had to add a snowflake to each corner.


Step 4 – in order to hang the wreath I went ahead and hung ribbon from the top – I made an upside down v and then tied a separate bow on top of the V.  I also glued the V to the wreath and the top bow to the V.

Step 5 – Hang it up!  I made two and plan to put them on my french doors or the doors to my girls’ rooms – not sure yet 🙂  I plan to use command hooks to hang it so that you can see the bow.



Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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