This Snow Globe Wreath will have you wishing you were walking in a winter wonderland!
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Materials needed for Snow Globe Wreath
(2) 16 inch styrofoam wreath forms
Hot glue gun
1/2 yard Mulberry Lane White Snowy Scene Dots
Christmas tree truck ornament
Bottle brush tree
2 bags of snow ball filler
Mini tree snowflake ornaments and thread
White pom poms
- With a dry erase marker, trace the inside of the wreath form onto the plastic. Cut about 1/2 inch outside of the traced circle. You will need to do this twice! Set aside.
- Next, cut your fabric into 3 inch strips.
- Trim the selvage.
- Take the second foam wreath form and cut it in half so that you can stack them together to create a three inch depth. Hot glue the two wreaths together.
- Begin wrapping the combined wreath forms with fabric strips. Hot glue the ends in place on the same side. This will be the back of your wreath. Continue wrapping strips until entire wreath form is covered with fabric.
- Use one of the plastic circles you cut in step 1 and hot glue over the middle opening on the FRONT side of the wreath.
- Turn wreath over. Cut a 3 inch by 8 inch strip of plastic to place in the middle of the wreath. This is where you will glue your ornaments and trees. I secured the plastic in place using sewing pins.
- Fill bottom section under plastic strip with snowball filler.
- Hot glue the ornaments and trees onto the plastic strip.
- String up the snowflake ornaments and pin into the top of the inside of the wreath.
- Place the remaining snowball filler into the decorated half of the wreath. Hot glue the other plastic circle to enclose the “snow globe”.
- Turn wreath over. Hot glue white pom poms around the edge of the plastic circle to conceal it.
To finish your wreath…
Hang your Snow Globe Wreath with twine and ribbon to greet holiday guests!
My husband thinks this is my best Christmas wreath to date! I have to tell you – I LOVE IT!