Pottery Barn Inspired Snowflake Wreath
|November 13, 2012||Posted by bett4293 under Crafts, Decorating, holidays, home organization|
Christmas is creeping up so quickly, it is hard to believe. Santa is already at the Mall and I have started working on Christmas Cards. I have also been thinking about what projects, gifts and decorating I want to do this season for a while now. I happened to be thumbing through a 2011 Pottery Barn Catalogue at a family member’s house last month and saw this sparkling snowflake wreath. I loved the look of it and decided I could do this myself and make a Pottery Barn Inspired Snowflake Wreath.
Here’s how mine turned out:
Check out the tutorial below.
I searched the web to see if anyone else had tried this and found several other amazing Pottery Barn Inspired Snowflake Wreaths.
Sadie Priss made this Pottery Barn Inspired Snowflake Wreath which really stands out on her black door.
House of Noise made this Snowflake Wreath. I think the white is so beautiful on her blue door.
Thrifty Parsonage Living made a beautiful wreath last year very similar to the way I planned to make mine.
Here’s what I used to make my wreath:
- 4 types of snowflakes purchased at Wal-mart, Dollar Tree, and Michael’s
- One silver bow from the Dollar Tree
- One wire hanger
- Masking Tape (just what I happened to have on hand)
- Silver ribbon
- Glue/hot glue gun
Here’s how I did it:
- I bent the wire hanger into a circle and taped the ends together with masking tape.
- I wrapped the wire hanger in silver ribbon.
- I planned out how I wanted the snowflakes on the wreath, then hot glued them on.
- I tied on the bow – it had a twisty tie in the back of it that I attached to a snowflake
- I used silver gift wrap ribbon to create a loop to hang the wreath on the screw I have on my front door.
- Putting this project together took about 30 minutes.
I love the white, silver and blue color combination, all the glitter, and the fact it was so easy to make.
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