Hey readers! Today I am sharing my farmhouse style snowflake wreath.
I have been doing all I can to stay cozy and make our home feel that way too! Last week I shared my 7 tips to a cozy home and today I am sharing my farmhouse style snowflake wreath.
After putting away all the Christmas decorations and holiday wreaths, I needed something for our front door. Sure, I could have went out and bought a wreath, but where is the fun in that? I love using my own creativity to create something that is unique. And, since Mother Nature is showering us with snow, I thought I would create a wreath with snowflakes! Pipe cleaner snowflakes that is.
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Supplies you will need:
Instructions-farmhouse style snowflake wreath:
- Start wrapping the chunky yarn around the grapevine wreath.
- Continue wrapping until you have the desired look. Here, I wrapped yarn around twice to fill in gaps, but allow some texture to come through.
- Using a scissors, cut three 6-inch pieces of pipe cleaner, six 2 inch pieces, and six 1 1/2-inch pieces.
- Twist 6-inch pieces together at their midpoints to make a six-spoked asterisk. Tighten the twist as much as you can.
- Center one 2 inch piece at the midpoint of each spoke and twist. Do this on all spokes.
- Center one 1 1/2 inch piece on the tip of each spoke and twist. Do this on all spokes as shown above.
- Once all your snowflakes are made and embellished as desired, use the hot glue gun to adhere the snowflakes to your wreath.
- Use the glue gun to add a dab of glue to the embellishment as well.
You are done! Easy peasy with tons of character. This farmhouse style snowflake wreath was fun to make and under $20 to make.
I hope you enjoyed this farmhouse style snowflake wreath tutorial!
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